The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 1956 · Page 2
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2-Aleona (la.) Upp*r Des Moinef Tuesday, October 23, 1956 Hicks-Doocy Nuptials Jane Elizabeth Hicks, daughlei of Mr and Mrs If. B. Hicks of Algona, was married to Philip V. Doocy, son of Mr and Mrs W. E. Doocy of Bancroft, in a double ring ceremony at St. Cecelia's Catholic church Monday, Oct. 22. at 9 a.m. Msgr. V. P. Gearon officiated. The bride wore 'a ballerina length gown of nylon tulle and chantilly lace over net and satin, a lace and net bodice with a long torso effect with lace front panel and extended to hem line of skirt, Mandarin neckline, loiig lace sleeves and very full tulle skirl. Her veil of imported French il- lur.ion was attached to a plateau effect headpiece of crystal pleated tulle and lace, trimmed with ptearls and sequins. Maxine Sweet and Mrs Vincent Bernado were bridesmaids, Donald Degan and William A. Kennedy, groomsmen, and Charles McNertney and Darrel Nemmers. ushers. - A wedding reception was held at the KC Hall east of Algona following the ceremony. Mary Doocy was in charge of the guest book and Patty Doocy handled the gifts. The new Mrs Doocy is an Algona high school graduate, and has been employed as a clerk for the city light and water department. Mr Doocy graduated from St. John's at Bancroft, served two years in the Marines and is now dmployed by Kennedy Bros, at Bancroft. Following a wedding trip of a week, the young couple will live In an apartment above the Kennedy store at Bancroft. Riverdale Club =Riverdale Friendly Club met at the , home of Jean Metzgcr, with Opal Barker, assisting hostess. It was guest day and they held an auction sale. The next meeting will be Nov. 7 at the home of Carolyn Weydert, with Donna Bormann assisting hostess. Hosts At Dinner i The Hobby Club entertained the instructor, Mrs Phyllis Gericke of Waterloo at dinner Friday evening at the Algona hotel. The Monday club entertained her at a pot luck luncheon Friday noon at Mrs Walter Schildknecht's. Are Rutledge Guests Mr and Mrs Durwood Rutledge had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace and 3 sons and Willfsrn Rath of Lu- Verne, Mr and Mrs Jess Volenline of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Orlan Rutledge, Lynette Rutledge, Mr and Mrs Robert Dodds, Mr and Mrs John Foth. Mrs Robert Leininger, Kenneth and Dean, Mrs Frank Caughey and Joel, Mrs Frank Hansen and Mrs Don Volentine. The dinner was given in celebration of the birthdays of Durwood's mother, Mrs Orlan Rutledge and John Roth. Larry Cook, 16 Larry Cook was given a party in honor of his 16th birthday Oct. 16. Arrangements were made by Junior Cook and Connie Munger. Games were played in the le- crcalion room at the Cooks following a scavenger hunt. Refreshments were also served there and the birthday cake was baked by Connie. Guests were Patty lled- lund, Patricia Thompson, Marilyn Palmer, Judy Strahorn, Ellen Walker, Connie Munger, James Moxley, James Gade and Glen Culbertson. Shower For Bride A shower was held at the Ralph Markla home last Friday night, Oct. 12, honoring Virginia Jackson of New Hampton. The honoree received many lovely gifts. Games were played and prizes awarded. Mrs Russell Roba received the door prize. The hostesses were Mrs Don Clasen, Mrs Ralph Markla and Janice Markla. Miss Jackson was married to Melvin Mathson, fntnn West Bend Sunday night, Oct. 14, at the Methodist church in New Hampton. First Lutheran Guild The evening guild of the First Lutheran church will meet Tuesday evening, Oct. 23 with Mrs A. B. Oakland. She will be assisted by Mrs Kenneth Percival, Mrs Maurice Thompson and Katherine Sorensen. Guests At Titonka Mr and Mrs Joe Cogley and Mary Helen were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Robert Ringsdorf of Titonka. It was a celebration of the birthdays of Mrs Ringsdorf and Mary Helen. THE AIR ABOUT OUR LEASE but not about this merchandise! AS FAR AS WE KNOW NOW, OUR LEASE ON TEMPORARY QUARTERS ACROSS FROM POSTOFFICE IS DUE TO EXPIRE ON NOVEMBER 6. WE CANT TELL WHAT WILL TRANSPIRE TO CHANGE THAT PICTURE. BUT ONE THING WE KNOW IS THAT THIS PRESENT STOCK OF MERCHANDISE HAS "GOT" TO GO, AND iF PRICE WILL DO IT, IT'LL "GO!" HERE'S WINTER BEFORE YOU AND WE OFFER EVERYTHING FROM WARM JACKETS TO UNDERWEAR, FROM OVESHOES TQ MITTS - AND WE OFFER IT FOR SPEEDY SAL El HELP US MOVE THIS STOCK AND YOU'LL BE HELP. ING YOURSELF HANDSOMELY! NOT LONG LIFT - MAKE A BEE-LINE NOW FOR- DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE Across From Post Office Barton family Dinner Mr and Mrs Marry Barton entertained at a family dinner Sunday, Oct. 7, in hohor of the 18th birthday of their daughter Barbara and the first birthday of their grandson Patrick Woods, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Woods of Renwick. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Walter Woods and Michael of Renwick, Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek, Kim Murio an«« Jerry Bob, Mrs Anna Hauptman and Rudy Hauptman of Wesley and Mr and Mrs Merle Moore. Observe Birthdays Mr and Mrs Owen Hurl, Mr and Mrs Ronald Gardner and Mr and Mrs Cecil Long were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Raymond Hagedorn at Dickens. Other guests- were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Batchelor of Dickens. The dinner was given in honor of the birthdays of Mr Hurt and Mr Batchelor. Episcopal Guild The Guild of St. Thomas Episcopal church meets Thursday afternoon, Oct. 25 at the church. Mrs Nat Bangs will be the host' ess. The Guild bazaar and bake sale will be held Saturday, Nov. 3 in the church recreation rooms. At Emmetsburg Wedding Mr and Mrs Robert Gushing attended the wedding Saturday evening at Emmetsburg of James Sparks and Kay Dietrich. The ceremony was held at St. Peter Lutheran church. Birthday Party Mr and Mrs Don Meyer attended a party Thuisday evening given for Lind'a Meyer by her parents, Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer of Burt, in celebration of her eighth birthday. Luncheon Hostesses Mrs Everett Barr, Mrs W. J. Fuller, Mrs W. C. Irelan, Mrs Leon Laird, Mrs L. J. Reed and Mrs Mel Thompson gave a luncheon Friday at the Johnson House. Knitting Club Hostess Mrs Hugh Raney was hostess to the members of her knitting club last week Tuesday afternoon. Dessert Bridge Mrs Milton Morton entertained at. a dessert-bridge luncheon Monday. Two tables were in play. Are Dinner Hosts Mr and Mrs Dale Laws had Mr and Mrs Ed Bowman and Mr and Mrs Warren Bowman as dinner guests Sunday. Plum Creek Homemakers The Plum Creek Homemakers club is meeting Wednesday afternoon with Pearl Etherington. Burt Birthday Circle Meets, Picks Officers Burt — The Birthday Circle met at the Mrs Ella Sigsbee home October 18. Gifts were exchanged and mystery sisters were revealed. There was an election of officers with Mrs Beula Batt, president; Mrs Inna Doege, vice president; Mrs Jessie Rash, secy, and treasurer; and Mrs Bertha Wallace, vice secretary and treasurer. New names was drawn for this year's mystery sisters. Sewing Circle Meets Sewing Circle was held at the Mrs Amelia Polhemess home October 19. The next meeting will be held November 2nd at Mrs Cora Stow's. ter Lock wood home. ^, ...••! Mesdames Jean Lockwood, EU sie Lockwood, Ruth PatterSdft, Rowena Ryerson, Phobe Thofh% sort and Lulu Hawtott atlehdea the Art display by the Women's Club at the Memorial Union building at Ames on Thursday, Oct. 18. On Saturday morning, October 1 20 there was an office party for Mrs Ann Reimers at the Telephone office. ••'' Mr and Mrs David King of Algona were dinner guests at the Mrs Gertrude Ackerman hoirrte: Sunday, Oct. 21st. Afternojp guests were Mr and Mrs RieR*. ens and daughter, Sheri and Jen* nifer Graham all of Clear Lake. Mrs Nell Peters visited at her daughters, Mrs H. S. Young laSl week. Mrs Peters arrived home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs John Geesman Of Greene and Mr and Mrs Ared White of Mason City were Sunday guests at the John Geesman home. Miss Rita Geesman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gerald Geesman, of Ringsted, is spending a few days with her grandparents. Ben and Mrs E. Wittkopp visited at the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Lowell Erickson and family at Marcus, la. Mrs Dean Andrews and Mrs Clifford Holding left Sunday, October 21st for Des Moines, where they will attend the Grand Chap- ter'Session of the O.E.S. It will be a one week session. Mrs Al Hinckly is working at Kimbus while Mrs Holding is away. : Mrs Lottie Isenberger, Mrs Van Steenberg and Elza Woltz were diner guests at the Fred Lantz home October 18th. Mr and Mrs Russell Hammerstrom were visitors at Sioux City Sunday , and . Monday. They visited with Mr Hammerstrom's brother and sister. ;, Mr and Mrs Richard Groen and family were Sunday afternoon guests at the Fred Lavrenz home. Mr and Mrs G. O. McFarland visited Sunday afternoon at the Darrell McFarland home in Algona. Mrs Darrell McFarland returned home from the hospital Saturday after spending a few days there under observation. The Methodist Youth Fellowship group of the Methodist church went out to Fred Habeger's farm October 20 and picked corn. The money from the sale of this corn is to go toward a recreation room in the churcTi basement. A birthday dinner was held Saturday evening, October 20 at the Harold Reimers home in honor of Mrs Ann Reimers. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Howard Batt and children, Mr anc Mrs Donald Reimers and son and Gary Reimers. Guest Day is to be held Thursday, Oct. 25 at the Lutheran church with a one o'clock luncheon and a program to follow. i Mrs Richard Laurenz and Ann Mrs Howard Batt and Cheryl and Barbara and Mrs Clifford Abbas had a surprise birthday parly foi Mrs Ann Reimers Wednesday afternoon, October 17th. *Th«S ^Friendly, Birthday Club , r njgtCSfflm.Mrs,.Selma Rentz October 18th. They honored Mrs lent?, and Mrs Ann Reimer's jirthdays. The Fidelis class will meet Wednesday, October 24 at the Mrs G. O. McFarland home. The Burt Band will perform on main street, October 24 at 1:46 n the afternoon, ifi the hohor 01 United Nation's Day. Eighteen youths of the Methodist Church met Sunday even- rig, October 21, to forrn a youth f 'roxip. They had election of of- Jeers with Judith Abbas, pres- .dent; Marlene Henderson, secretary; Jane Black, treasurer: and Janice Abbas, fellowship cnair^ rnah. The group will be known as the St. Paul Mariners and Will Jtieet every other Sunday evening. farm located a mile west and a mile north of the Seneca store. YuntjeberfJ and Quinn, auctioneers,, First trust and Savings Bank, Armstrong, clerkv " The cotton picker was used in the ti, S. in 1937. • fhe Algona tipper Des Moines nas the largest circulation in Kos- ,suth county,of any publication. Algdna Upper §01 MoirtM FARM SALE CALENDAR Farm Sales appearing in the Algona Upper Des Moines will receive free listing in this column every Week, and also will be broadcast before the sale day over Algona's radio station KLQA. oh the U:55 a.m. and 4:25 p.m. tteWs. Sale advertising in the Algona Upper Oes Moines reaches more families in this area than through any other advertising medium. List your sale dates early with the Upper Des Moines. October 25. Thursday — Otto ^Berninghaus sale, I'M., 2% E. of West Bend, or 6 S., 2«£ E. of Whittemore. Herd Holsteins and complete line of machinery. ,'Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, West Bend, clerk. See details in UDM today. Monday, OcJ. 29—Robert McCarthy, 2 north & 1 % east of Bancroft, closing out sale, machinery, etc. Ad in today's UDM. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers. Farmers' & Traders' Savings Bank, clerk. Saturday, Nov. 3—A. A. Dreyer farm auction at farm located one mile west of Lots Creek. Includes livestock, hay and straw, hog houses, farm machinery and household goods. Hugh Colwell is the auctioneer-and the Security State Bank of Algona is the clerk. Nov. 15, Thursday — Kenneth Fraser closing out sale, 4 So., GVs E. of Whitiemore; or 2Vi west, G south, and ^2 west of Algona. Machinery & livestock. Fraser & Colwell. auctioneers; Dale Yunge- berg, clerk. November 20, Tuesday — Nick Wagner sale, east of Algona. Full details in UDM later. Leek & Reiling, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank. Algona, clerk. Nov. 28, Wednesday— Howard Jones- estate. Complete closing out sale, including full line of machinery and 17 young Holstein cows. Sale will begin at 1 p.m. at Women's Club Meets The Burt Women's Club mot Monday evening, October 15th at the home of Elva Boettcher, with Beulah Bullock as assisting hostess; 24 members and 3 guests attended. Mrs Clark Michem, first vice president of Iowa Federation of Women from Thompson, Iowa, was the guest speaker for the evening. The topic of her talk was titled "Let Your Light So Shine." Mrs Michem showed items of art that had been done by members of different clubs. The next meeting will be October 29th at the home of Beth Miller with Helen Smith assisting hostess. New Arrival Mr and Mrs Gerald Meier announced the arrival of a daughter born October 16 at the St. Ann hospital. She has been named Helen Marie; she weighed 9 Ibs. 3 oz. Helen has a older sister Becky and a brother Henry. Home From Hospital Mr and Mrs Howard Batt brought their daughter Cheryl home from the hospital October 16. The baby has been there since she was born September 29 as they couldn't find the right formula for her. A birthday party was held in the honor of Howard Batt Sr. Thursday evening, Oct. 18. Those attending were Mrs Ann Rumus, Mrs Maxinc Angus and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harold Rumus and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Rumus and son and Miss Roberta Batt. Mr and Mrs Ervin Olson and family of DCS Moines visited at the Kenneth Cook home Sunday and Monday. They were called hero by the death of Mr Olson's yraiidmollier. Mrs Luux of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Dale Luck wood attended the homecoming game at Ames Saturday. On Sunday Mr and Mrs Lock wood and Mr and •Mi I'jl-. ii! (ji'ivi; and d'lUi'hl'T ol Uounc .were guests at theiM'al> •SSSMSSS/SSSSSSSSSSSSS/S/SSSSS/M^^^ Attention! Buick Owners In the absence of an Authorized Buick dealer in town, we will be delighted to take care of your Buick's needs. We have rounded out our staff with the addition of August Schmidt, formerly of Brandt's, and we will be completely capable of handling any of your troubles, be they small or large. Come in and get acquainted! DAU'S Garage Wm. F. and Wm. C, Dau NOTHING DOWN! AND ONLY SI A WEEK To Own NOW IN DECORATOR COLORS! THE NEW Remington VISI ilEEN . DESEIT SICE WHITE UNI • FIEHCN HIV THE NEW 44-KiY MACH.INI -^ HAS EVERYTHING FOUND ON A FULL-SIZE UPRIGHT MACHINE. AND IN NEW DECORATOR COLORS Come In — See Theiyi At The Upper Des Moines Pub, Co, Office Supply Pept. Algona, la. \ Final BIG Week! ^ £-»> ,*' rf\i * * >• * f W „ <?*1k£* H", £ •* v n^ta^^Lj|^^^ ^yilqjl f Four more days, ladies, to come to Graham's for your share of these tremendously successful bargain offerings! On our first days of Gi'aham's "Bargain Hbrves* Sale", many items w*re sold out early . . .we made re-crders by telephone . . . and got mo're of .the same "hot" offerings for you. Make it a point to come to Graham's these last four days - and see what "Bargain Harvest" means to you in needed items at LOW, LOW PRICES ! HOT BEST-SELL! FINER CANNON WASH CLOTHS 8 for 1.00 One fool square wash cloths in heavy terry. Pastels and darktones. A "beaut" of a buy ! LADIES 1st QUALITY RAYON BRIEFS 3 for 1.00 5 new styles — including multi-color, candy stripes, drop-stitch patterns and solid non- run tricot knits in white and pastels. COTTON BROADCLOTH BRASSIERES 2 for 1.00 Hi-count broadcloth, with adjustable straps, back fasteners. Sizes 32 to 42 — B and C cup. In snowy white. SHEER RAYON CURTAIN PANELS 77c Ea. First quality lustrous rayon marquisette panels that wash and dry so nicely. Hemmed and headed. Full 42 inch x 21/4 yd. length. Eggshell, EXTRA FANCY SOFA PILLOWS 1.00 Far more than a dollar's worth, because they're in drapery fabrics and in decorator shapes. Come and ask for these! FULL BED SIZE CHENILLE SPREADS 3.99 Low, low in price — but rich, chenille laden spreads in soft pastel colors for winter use. All are full bed sizel MULTI - COLOR KNIT DISH CLOTHS 5c Ea. At Graham's, just a nickel buys you these very, very nice quality knitted dish cloths . . . snap them up, ladies! GAY PRINTED 36-INCH PERCALES 29c Yd. Wide assortment of colorful new fall patterns in full 36-inch ,wide percale prints. Florals, geometries, c'hers. MADE BY "KATZ" FLANNEL GOWNS 1.47 Soft, warm cotton flannel with long sleeves, 3-buiton yoke front. Solid pastels. Sizes 36 to 40. 1st QUALITY RAYON NYLON BLANKETS 2.99 Nnyer so much in soft blanket value! Rich satin bindings. Pastel shades and deeptones. First quality! HEAVIER QUALITY BOYS BLUE JEANS 1.27 Rugged jeans for rugged boys — fine for school wear. 10-oz. sanforized blue denim. Sizes 4 to 12. SOFT NAP PASTEL SHEET BLANKETS 1.88 Soft nap on both sides. Washable. 70 x 80 inch size. Rose, blue, green, yellow.' FIRST QUALITY NYLON A "sell-out" last week — a RE-ORDER of enough more so that all you ladies who KNOW Graham hosiery quality can have what you need! First quality nylons in 51 gauge IS denier, and in all the newest of new fall shades. Ladies bought us out last week — here are more! Sizes 9 to 10'/i. Stock up on the best hosiery you over laid eyes on at this price! W^BF n^ m^Bp ^KP ^WPPBF

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