The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1956 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 16, 1956
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6-*AI06fta (to.) Upptr ftti MetAtt Tuesday, October t6, 1956 Shifley Metzger 4 Br/t/e /n fleno, Nevada, Wedding ed at his parents, the Walter Steward, home over the weekend. Shirley E. Metzger, oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger of Algona, became the bride of Clarence Callesen, son of Mr and Mrs Hans Callesen of Yankjton, S. IX on Thursday, Aug. 23, at 9 o'clock, at a nuptial mass, at St. Thomas Cathedral in Reno, Nevada, with Father James O'Hannnon officiating. The bride was attended by Jan Jenrick of Reno as bridemaid. The groom's attendant was Fred Jenrick, also of Reno. Mrs Elsie Vargos of Reno church organist, played, "Moth- *r, at yourfeet, were kneeling," »nd "Ave Maria." Larry and Leona Callesen of San Jose, Calif., brother and sister of the groom, were also present for the wedding. Shirley is a graduate of St. Cecelia's, employed for three years as secretary to County Attorney Nitchals, she moved to Portland, Ore., where she was employed as medical secretary at St. Vincent's Hospital for two years. She now is a medical secretary in X-ray Dept., at O'Conner Hospital in San Jose, Calif. Her husband graduated from Yankton High School and moved to Portland where he was manager of the Dannes Cleaners. He now is employed as a Route Salesman for Canteen Service Co., in San Jose. They are living at 68 South Cypress Ave., Campbell, Calif., a suburb of San Jose. Farm Bureau's Annual Meet, Burf, Oct. 22 Official invitations have been mailed to the 1845 members of the Kossuth county Farm Bureau, asking their attendance at the county annual meeting in Burt, Iowa, on October 22. 1956, The meeting will open at 8:00 p.m. in the Burt high school gym. Most important business for the meeting will be the final amendment and adoption of the organization's farm policy resolutions. the election of township and county offices, and consideration of orogress reports. Farm Bureau President, Harry Naffziger will deliver his annual meeting report, with Secretary Harold Hunt of Algona and Treasurer. Henry Looft of Fenton, also scheduled to make their formal reports to the membership. The County Resolutions com- mitee, headed by chairman, Glenn Gabrielson of Sexton, met on Oct. 16th to draft policy resolutions, which are based on results of a county-wide membership opinion survey completed last week. Speaker for the evening will be Donald Groves of Des Moines, Treasurer of the Iowa Farm Bureau and Affiliated Companies. County Farm Bureau President, Harry Naffziger, urges all members to attend the official meeting of the organization, so that each may have a part in the final decisions on policy and may vote in the elections. Undergo** Surgery Ti*o»k*— Mrs George Sachau underwent major surgery, Oct. 10, at Park Hospital, Mason City. She is expected home soon. Pf. tpd Mrs M. G. Bourne spent the weekend in Des Moines where they were guests of their daughter, Julia at a Drake University open house for parents. First Place In Marching Band For Burf High Burt — The Burt Marching Band received a first at the marching band contest at Charles City Saturday, Oct. 13th. This is the first year for the marching band at Burt. The following Band Mothers accomp'ariie'd-the band: Mesdames Delmar Angus, Hiram Ackerman. Bob Hamilton, Al Hinckley, Ed Larsen and Laurence Presthus. Other from Burt who attended were Mr and Mrs Lockhart and girls, Mrs George Manus, Mrs R. Castor, Mr and Mrs Ray Ihnen and family and Mrs Charles Curtis and Audrey. On returning to Burt the Band marched down main street and was greeted with hearty congratulations. Wins Services Plaque. O. H. Graham, operator of the Standard Station at Burt, was awarded a service plaque at the Standard Oil Company District meeting held at Storm Lake, Oct 2nd. Mr Graham started with the Standard Company on Oct. 31, 1939. He is still at the same location. New Arrival Mr and Mrs Larry Holding are the proud parents of a new daughter born Oct. llth at the St. Ann hospital. The little miss weighed 8 Ibs. 13 V> oz. She has been named Brenda Renie. The litle miss has a sister Valaice Kay and a brother, Brad Lyndell. The U & I Circle met at Mrs Beth Hamilton's October 9th, with Mrs Gladys Hawcott as assisting hostess. Mr and Mrs Clifford Holding were Sunday guests at the Bruice Holding home in Algona. Larry Holding was a supper guest there also. Mr and Mrs Al Hinckley and family went to Wells, Minn. Sunday to help Mrs Hinckley's mother celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Walter H. Steward, Roger, Karen, Perry and Gary Abbas were dinner guest at the Clifford Abbas home October 12th in honor of Janice Abbas' ninth birthday. Gerald Meier is confined to his bed with bleeding ulcers. He is at the home of his mother, Mrs Carrie Meier. Birthday Circle will meet Oct. 18th at the Mrs Ella Sigsbee home. There will be an election of officers. This year's mystery sisters will be revealed with a handkerchief gift. Sewing Circle will meet at the Mrs Amelia Polhemus home Oct. 19th. Mrs Melvin Johnson and Mrs Clifford Abbas were Fort Dodge visitors Oct. 9th. The Burt High School Operetta is to be presented October 19th at 8 p.m. at the Burt School. The name of the operetta is "Hulda of Holland." The casts consists of the Mixed Chorus. Larry H i n c k 1 y accompanied the Algona DeMolay Boys to Mason City Oct. 14th. The group went to Mason City to help with the installation. Darrell Davis and Wendell Willrett visited at their parental homes over the weekend. The •boys both work at Stunner, la. Roger Steward of Fayette visit- Free Gloves To Feature Oil Week Wont n pair of work gloves — for Free! If you happen to spy a work glove on the counter of a bank, store or any other establishment in Algona this week, be sure to pick it up. For you'll get the "mate" to it free at any Algona service station. The free work gloves, to be given away on Thursday, Friday and Saturday this week, is the Unique way in which Algona oil dealers — both services station operators and bulk oil men—are calling attention to their observance of Oil Progress Week — and since the national slogan is "Oil Works For You", the local dealers are- emphasizing it with the free work gloves. To start off thfclr Oil Progress Week observance, local oil dealers were tendered a dinner last Thursday evening by the Algona Industrial Development Corporation, at the Johnson House. A discussion of Algona industrial prospects was given by Mayor C. C. Shierk, Roy Bjustrom, and Jim Palmer, all officers of the corporation. In response, Roy Hutzell spoke for the oil dealers, with Alfred Schultz, Leo Frankl, John Hopkins and Vern Jensen offering brief remarks. At the same meeting Oil Progress Week plans were laid. Summer Back On Brief Visit Summer and fall are mixing together pretty well nowadays, as figures from Weatherman Stu Albright at the airport will prove. Three 80-plus readings, including a high of 88 Friday, and a low mark of 24 degrees were registered during the seven-day period. A total of .30 of an inch of rain fell early Monday morning, which was added to a trace that fell Saturday afternoon. H L Oct. 8 65 45 Oct. 9 59 24 Oct. 10 63 33 Oct. 11 81 47 Oct. 12 88 57 Oct. 13 83 64 Oct. 14 70 44 It's supposed to be cooler during the next few days, but don't bet any big money on it. Call From Cuba To LuVerne Home LuVerne—Mr and Mrs Henry Pergande received a telephone call Thursday evening from Cuba from their son, SK2 Robert and Mrs Pergande, telling of the birth of a daughter Thursday, Oct. 11. Their second daughter, she weighed seven pounds and six ounces and has been named Gloria Diane. The sister is Debra Yvonne. Mrs Pergande is the former Lorraine Warnock of Key West, Fla. JIM DOLLIVER'S RECORD IN CONGRESS Hear Dolliver on Radio See Dolliver on Television Representative James I. Dolliver will speak on the duties of a Member of Congress in a series of talks commencing on October 23rd over radio stations KLGA, Algona, Iowa, at 1:00 p.m.; or KICD, Spencer, Iowa, at 5:35 p.m.; or, KGLO, Mason City, Iowa, at 12:05 noon. Listen to Dolliver's informative story. It will be extremely inter? esting to those who want to know what their representative is doing for them in Congress. ON HIS RECORD Dolliver will be heard — Nov. 5th over radio stations KLGA, Algona, Iowa, at 4:45 p.m.; or, KLIL, Estherville, Iowa, at 7:30 p.m.; or, November 3rd on KICD, Spencer, Iowa, at 11:45 a.m. KEEP LISTENING to your local stations beginning October 23rd through November 6th. Dolliver is on the air. WATCH TELEVISION for Dolliver on Nov. 5th, at 5:40 p.m., over KGLO-TV, Mason City; on Nov. 5th at 9:45 p.m- over KQ-TV, Fort Dodge.- DON'T FORGET THE DAYS AND THE HOURS LISTEN TO DOLLIVER — SEE DOLLIVER —RE-ELECT DOLLIVER TO CONGRESS. SATURDAY last day! Still tremendous selections I ... Save on winter needs I No charge for the convenience of our Lay-Away Plan! Select now - pay the easy way. CHAMBRAY SHIRTS GREAT VALUE FOR MEN "|29 Sturdy blue chambray with two button through pockets and lined collar and cuffs. Sanforised. Men's sizes 14 Vi to 17. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS EASIL WASHABLE! 2*4 Long sleeve styles in rayon challis, rayon gabardines and embroidered linens. New bnlliantones. Small, medium, large. BOYS' B-9 PARKAS MOUTON DYED LAMB TRIMMED HOOD Heavy sateen fabric, completely water repellent. Hood and jacket have rayon satin lining quilted to wool interlining. Charcoal or olive green. Sises 6 to 18. MEN'S PAJAMAS WARM HEAVY WEIGHT FLANNEL Coat style or middy pullover. Soft warm flannel in bright prints. Full elastic waistband. A,B,C,O. WOMEN'S WINTER COATS QUALITY THROUGH AND THROUGH $36 Luxury alpacas, fur-blend xibelinM, sporty tweeds and deep-pile plushes. Fashion's favorite new styles and colors. Sizes 8 to 18; 9 to 15. PLUSH PILE RUGS 18 x 30 SIZE 21 x 36 SIZE C 135 Gaily fringed sturdy cotton pile. Rubber coated non-skid backs. Gray, white, gold, beige and hunter green. CORDUROY SLACKS GIRLS SIZES 3 to 6x 135 Boxer slacks in pinwale corduroy. Snug fitting waistband. Double seams. On* pocket. Red, navy and charcoal. Washable. FLANNEL SHIRTS EXTRAORDINARY AT 159 Warm, versatile, softly napped sued* flannel. Rugged, longwearing, sanforised. New colorful plaids and checks. Siies 8 to 16. PRINTED COMFORTERS 100% DU PONT DACRON FILLED 7*8 72 x 84 in. Site Non-allergic, non-matting, resilient. Lightweight yet warm! Machine washable. White or pastel floral print. BOYS' PAJAMAS WARM HEAVYWEIGHT FLANNEL $2 Well make of soft flannel. Coat style. Half elastic waistband. Choice of bright prints. Sises 6 to 16. DAYTIME DRESSES SPECIAL PURCHASE I "HATTIE LEEDS" Plaids, clip-dots and woven prints In Dan River "Wrinkleshed" and other washable cotton*. San- forized. Sizes 12 to 20; 14'/a to 24'/i. Boy's Anklets MEN'S Horsehide Jackets MEN'S Stretch Anklets.. LADIES' Stretch Hose LADIES' Flannel Gowns... LADIES' Parity Girdles LADIES' NYLON Tricot Panties INFANT'S Training Pant pair 20c . $16.00 pair 50c pair 67c Ea, 1.37 Ea. 1.88 pair 57c pair 20c 80-SQ. PERCALE PRINTS SPECIAL ! STOCK UP NOW ! YD. Choice of many colors and patterns. 36 in. wide. If in full bolts would be much more 1 COTTON KNIT DRAWERS ALL WINTER COMFORT FOR BOYS $1 Medium weight rib knit cotton. Ankle length with ribbed cuffs. All around elastic waistband. White. Sises 4 to 16. 6-PC. STEAK KNIFE SET ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! Unconditionally guaranteed stainless Sheffield steel blades made in England. Simulated stag handles. Serrated edges. PUTTER MOCS "WEAR-WITH-All" SHOE 2 37 Top-grain smooth glove leather. Moccasin shoe comfort plus good looks. Gay colors. Women's sizes 4 to 9. MEN'S DRESS SHOES REDUCED FOR ANNIVERSARY 5 From our regular stock. Top grain leathers with Goodyear welt construction. Odd lots and broken sizes. LOAFERS or SADDLES ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL $3 Loafer shoes in black elk or antique brown leather. Black 'n white elk leather saddles with white rubber soles. Sizes to 9. Cotton Plaid Sheet Blnkts. Size 60 x 76

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