The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on July 27, 1969 · Page 37
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 37

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July J7, DES MOINES SUKDAT 1EG! ON THE DES MOINES SCENE Highlights of July Social News Mrs. John Hall and her sons, John, 7, (left) and Edward, 10, are here with Mr. Hall from their home in Portland, Ore., visiting with Mrs. Hall's mother, Mrs. Cummins Kiiwson, 1 Thirty- fifth st. The Halls are former Des Moines residents'. Mrs. Oval Quist (standing at left), and her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ake Kail of Karlstad. Sweden, look over a book about the Province of Harmland, Sweden, at the Quist home, 2410 Fortieth st. The Kails are guests of Mr. and Mrs.- Quist for a three-we,ek stay. They also are visiting with Mrs. Kail's nieces and families, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Skoge, 2501 Holcomb ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Payne, 8011) Pilmer. drive. Mrs. Quist and Mrs. Kail are cousins. By Jane Canady D R. AND MRS. Henry H. Gurau, 3212 Wauwatosa drive, have concluded.a two- a n d-o n e-half-week trip to Lake Louise and Banff, Canada, and to Glacier National Park, Mont. They also visited in Laramie, Wy6., with their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and 'Mrs. James Dow, and the Dows' newly adopted son, Karl H. Dow, born July 14. Mrs. Dow is the former Margaret Jean Gurau. Dr. Dow is associate professor of German at the University of Wyoming at Laramie. John Neufeld, author of "Edgar Allan" and "Lisa, Bright and Dark," will arrive in Des Moines Friday from his home in New York City, for a week's visit. He will be staying with his father, Leonard C. Neufeld, and Mrs. Neufeld. 3663 Grand ave., and will take part in a Drake University workshop, "The Urban Child and the Public Library." Mr. and Mrs. C. Dwighl Waldo of Syracuse, N.Y., have returned home after a visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gudgel, 2609 Forty-seventh st. Mr. Waldo, a professor of political science at the University of Syracuse, received an honorary degree Tuesday from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Mrs. Waldo is the former Gwendolyn Gudgel. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Snyder, 3320 Sixty-first st., were hosts to their son and family, M/Sgt. and Mrs. Ronald Snyder, David and Craig, who arrived here from their home in Salina, Kan. Sergeant Snyder, a member of the Green Berets, had recently returned from Vietnam where he served for a year, and he and his family are moving to Fort Bragg, N. C. While here they also visited with Sergeant Snyder's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Owens of Carlisle. The Marvin Snyders' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Albond, also were here from Niagara Falls, N. Y. Mrs. Albond is the former Roxane Snyder. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Collins of San Luis Obispo, Calif., formerly of Des Moines, are visiting in the homes of Mrs. Collins' sister, Mrs. Edith Rainwater, 1520 Mattern ave., and Dr. Collins' |7» WALNUT UITGATI Open Monday Night Until 9 P.M. LAST 4 DAYS! OUR ORIGINAL OLDE FASHIONED SALE Prices slashed even more on our remaining spring and summer stock. Still a good selection of desirable merchandise. Both stores will close at 4:30 P.M. Thursday, July 31st for inventory! Dresses, were $20 SALE $5 Dresses, were $30 ;.:. . .... ....... .T.777^T~SALE $9 Dresses, were $36 SALE $11 Dresses, were $50 .SALE $15 -Raineoats r were-$3 3 ™-^ . SALE— SHAH Weather Coats, were $46 SALE $15 Spring Coats, were $40 SALE $13 Spring Coats, were $56 SALE $17 Spring Coats, were $70 SALE $27 Just 27 Special! .Special! Special! FUR TRIM COATS from a famous maker Mink or beaver trim. Were $150 to $190 Sweaters, ass't styles, were to $23 . Dressy Blouses, were to $14 Skirts & Culottes, were to $16 Pants, ass't styles, were to $16 Odd Lot Sportswear, values to $15 SALE from $9 SALE from $5 SALE from $5 SALE from $5 SALE $l-$2 Hong Kong Knits, 3 piece styles, Reg. $66 Sale $39.90 New fall styles and colors. Many other sportswear items too numerous to mention Reduced 50% • 70% and More Designer Bags, patents, leathers, were to $30 Sale from $9 Better Straws, were $13 - $15 SALE $5 • $6 Straw Bags, ass't colors, were $7 SALE $2.91 Robes, summer fabrics, ass't styles, were to $20 SALE from $4 Just arrived! 100's of new sample jewelry pieces! Values to $5 24 C • 48' • 97 C • $ 1 45 • Necklaces • Bracelets • Earrings • Pins Rings No phone or mail orders, please . . . ALL SALfS FINAL Visiting Here From Germany (fat-ham Chase (left), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mahis Chase. :!72I Kiver Oaks drive, and her guests, Hildegard Knapp (in white dress) and heVsisler, Madi Knapp. hoth of Pfort/.heim. tier- many, relax by the Chases' swimming pool.. The Knapp sisters are spending a month with the Chase family during a six-week visit in this country. Madi Knapp lived with the Chases and attended St. Joseph Acade'my when she was a National Catholic Welfare Conference exchange student in 1%fi. mother. Mrs. Thurman Collins, 1238 E. Sixteenth st. Or; and Mrs. Collins will leave Sept. 1 to spend two years in Africa where Dr. Collins will be teaching in the University of Botswana at Roma, Lesotho, Swaziland. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Lyle Klinkel, who were married July 5 at Grace Lutheran Church in Boulder, Colo., are living in Longmont, Colo. The bride is the former Shirley Ann Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Rose of Longmont. Mr. Klinkel's par- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klinkel. 3940 Twenty-ninth st. The bridegroom, a veteran of the Navy, works for International Business Machines Corp.. and his bride is employed by the Geological' Society of America in Boulder. Col. and Mrs. Allen E. Towne, 4016 Douglas ave., have returned home after a trip to Cihicago, where they attended a reception given by Korean Consul General and Mrs. In Flan Paftc, in honor of Korean Ambassador to the United States. Dong Jo Kim, (if Washington, I). C. Mr. and Mrs. David Liddlc, 3764 Kiver Oaks drive, arc home after vacationing at Clear Lake. Their son and (i a u g h t e r-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Liddle, jr., of Pittsburgh, Pa., spent two weeks with them at the lake, and also were at Lake City visiting with Mrs. Liddle, jr.'s father, brother and sister-in-law, Lester Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. Joul Swanson. Mr. Liddle, jr., will be in liis last year of study at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary this fall . Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Pichler of Arlington. Va., are tiie parents of a (laughter, Rebecca Jane, horn July 15. Mrs. Pichler is the former Susan Eyerly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eyerly, 231 Forty-second st. Mrs. Eyerly returned home Friday after a 10-day visit with the Pichlcrs. Mrs. .1. Givin Chase, 3660 Grand ave., and Mrs. .Jack Hllmes, Ml5 S.W. Thirty-first st., are home after a six- week trip to the British 1sl«s. They spent a month motoring through England and Scotland, and later toured Ireland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert O Hutching*. 1315' Forty-sixth st., will leave Wednesday for Europe aboard the U.S.S. An rclia. They are serving as counselors on the trip for approximately 850 students who are returning to Europe after attending high school in thp United States this year under the Youth For Understanding exchange program. After docking at Rotterdam, Thp Netherlands, Aug. fl, the Htitchingses will tour Europe for two weeks before returning home. Mr. and Mr*. Willard J. Brown, 3714 Kingman blvd., have concluded a trip to the Orient. Mr. Brown was a delegate from the Uptown Lions Club to the International Lions convention at. Tokyo. Japan, after which they toured the Orient for three weeks. Several members of thr Des Moines Business and Professional Women's Club are back from St. Louis. Mo., where they attended the recent golden anniversary convention of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs. They are Pat Langcrman. president of the Des Moines group: Opal Glynn, first vice- president, and Stella Barker. Frances Coatcs, Mary Griffin, Helen Irwin, Mary Mellin and Carol Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reed and daughter, Melissa, have returned to their home in Winnetka, III, after a visit here. They were the guests of Mrs. Reed's mother, Mrs. Allan Honchar, and Mr. Ho«char, 3333 Grand ave. Mrs. Reed, the former Beth Kesterson. and Mr. Reed traveled for 10 days in Mexico while Melissa spent that time with the Hoschars. I Flynn Shoes STORE HOURS: DOWNTOWN 9:30-5:30 Mon. NiqM 'til 9 MERLE HAY PLAZA °°° AM '°° PM Sat. 10:00 A.M.- 5:30 P.M. THREE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS WAKONDA 10:00 A.M.. 9:00 P.M. Sat. 10:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M. Final CLEARANCE SALE! Wakonda Store Only (on Fleur Drive) One Week! Open Today, Sunday 10 A.M. to 7 P.M. Better Than a Nickel Sale — Buy at ¥2 Price and More! nsrsvE HE-IO AND MORE ON FAMOUS BRAND SHOES Shop Wakonda Arcade (on Fleur Drive) Today 10 A.M. to 7 P.M. All sim represented. Not all sizes in every style. Sorry, no Phone or Mail Order, Please. CHARGE IT SHOPPERS CHARGE BANK OF AMERICA MASTER CHARGE 3000 PAIRS OF WOMEN'S SHOES Joyce, Socialite, Vaneli, Citations, Mandarins, Sportcasters, Red Cross, Foot Savers, Johansen, Feminique, Camino, Foot- so-Port, Rice O'Neal, Matrix, Hush Puppies, Date Brook, Classmate, etc. Patterns in low, mid and high heels, sports, flats, and casuals. Bone, white, pink, yellow, blue, black, brown. Starting from, 4.97 pair Values to $26.00 1500 PAIRS OF MEN'S SHOES We have a big assortment of top quality shoes for men and big boys. For dres,s and casual wear. Weyenberg, Foot-So-Port, Jelco, etc., etc., Hurry in for your favorite. Starting from 8.97 pair Value* In S.W 2000 PAIRS OF CHILDREN'S SHOES Boy's and Girl's dress or play styles. Choose from such names as Jumping Jacks, Classmates, Bunties, Protective, Acrobats, etc. Starting from 4,97 pair Values to $14M CANVAS SHOES Special group of women's canvas shoes. Ms price SANDALS 30% to 60% off OPEN TODAY SUNDAY, Wakonda store only

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