The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1957 · Page 8
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Thursday, August 29, 1957
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§-Algeno (la.) Upp«r 5es Me!ftt» thuwday, August 89. 1$5? Afe/v/n Marty, LuVerne, Wec/s Forf Dodge Girl Safety Award To Algeria Th" Fi; I'.; i ihrt-!i F.van- L-jVerne — Kdical UnilfJ in F..'i t Dn,:rc v. fnr the \vcxu'ir.r Mn? inn Kfy.-'.~r -f F< :! I) 'du<: nnn Mrlvin I). M.;:'!y. T.uV'.T.H- Tho clciihlc-riji'i (":'}'(':T:-, ny \v:i., rend ;,1 7:.in p.m.. !jy R'.-v. Howard Marty. Ksl^na. r ; ;u?in of t!ie fi;-">"u. ns.-i-t^ :i !\v !':•> Rvv, Dunne Voa?. pastor of the rhurrh. The bride i« 'Iv. 1 da'in.h'or ol Mr and M:< \Vi;iiam H.irtwia nf Fort PodL'r and the p:r.-rnf.- of the pro.,ni. are Mr onci Mrs Wm. Ma;ty. LuVerne. • Attending the bride as maid oi hon:ir was her 5ist>r Helen Hartwig. Mrs Lawrence Marty o' H;;:dy was bridesmaid. Kenneth Marty. LuVc : rne. bro thrr of the bridegroom, was bes man and Lawrence Marty, Hardy groomsman. Ushers were Richafc' and David Haack of Fort Dodge and Donald Marty of LuVerne. A prelude of nuptial mu<K was rendered by Mis Andrew Marty, LuVerne, who accornpan led Jean Hefti, LuVerne, as sh sang. PLAN YOUR FALL OUTFIT OVER THE PROPER FOUNDATION START SMART... RATE HIGH IN DEB QUEEN by QOSSARD Mayor C. C. Shierk is shown in the above photo accepting a safety plaque for the City of Algona from Frank Ulish of the Iowa Department of Public Safety. The presentation was made during the big car auto races at the county fair Wednesday afternoon. Shown, left to right, behind Ulish and the mayor are Bob Carr of the American Legion, Wes Bartlett, Lou Nitchals of the Lions club, and Murray Mowers of Kiwanis. Others present for the plaque ceremony but hidden by Ulish and Shierk, included Bill Dau, Sr., Rotary^ Don Nelson of the automotive bureau; and Police Chief Al Boekelman. The award was a result of Algona's fine safety record during 1956. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving) GossardorlslnalglrdUT "legs can't feel". Boneless pull-on in Lanonet® nylon elastic net. Floral pattern vertical stretch front panel of satin elastic, dip front waistline, white. SML ,.___ 5.00 Matching Pantie 5.00 White SML rise A reception for 150 guests followed the ceremony in the church rooms. Mrs Harold Bergman, Fort Dodge, cut the cake, pouring were Clara Elmer, Renwick, and Mrs Haack, Fort Dodge. Dining room and kitchen hostesses were friends of the bride. Guests were registered by Gardenia Meyers, Fort Dodge, and gifts were displayed by friends of the bride. The bride is a graduate of Fort Dodge high school and the groom of the LuVerne high school. After a wedding trip they will be at home at Lu- Verne. Class Reunion Held A reunion of the Class of 1947 of LuVerne high school was held with a picnic dinner in the town park, Aug. 18. Twelve members of the class and their families pnesent include Mrs Louie Gilbride, (Pat Trunnell), Mrs Willis Marshall, (Norma Ramus), Algona; Robert Meyer, Don Miller, Jack McClellan and Mrs Dale Zentner, (Marilyn Nielsen), all of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Robert Smith and son Jeffrey of Columbus, Ohio, and his mother, Mrs Lloyd F. Smith of Des Moines visited in their home town Friday afternoon, The tenth birthday of Darlene, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch was observed at her home, Thursday evening when relatives gathered to help her celebrate. Guests were Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch, Algona; Mr and Mrs Ernest Behnkendorf of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs George Kraft and family of Kanawha; Jerry Jones of Fontana, Calif. Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, Sonja and Sheryl Ann, LuVerne and Darlene's friend Mario Stampka. Birthday cake, ice cream were served the guests and Darlene received gifts. Mr and Mrs Arthur Dimler went to Ames Saturday evening to visit their daughter, Mr and Mrs James Neville and Diane. Sunday they went to Clarence to visit another daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Irey and make the acquaintance of Shirley Kay, born recently. Having Labor Day Outdoors? at HAU-STRAHORN THERMOS JUGS - The Big Ones Thai Hold A' Gallon, Keeps Enough Cold A AE For Everyone , from M«iMJ ICE CHESTS - From Watermelon To Pop, One of These Will Keep More Cold Longer. Pont Leave Things at Home Because They Will Not Stay Cold. Buy an Ice A AC Chest V*9V up HAMPERS - Take Yowr . Choice. We Have Several Colors and Styles. Put All Your Eggs In One of Them. 1,79 TO 6,95 BAR - B - QUES There's 8 full line of charcoal grilling equipment here lor you to we, From the grills right Io the charcoal and lighter, we've got what it will take to make things better the charcoal way, A Big 24 inch grill, just 14,95 HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE Mrs Eunice Meyer, has spent the past week at her home. Since the death of her husband, Herman Meyer, a year ago. she has attended Drake University. She will teach the fifth grade in the Attica school the coming year. Mr and Mrs Geor'ge A. Eggleston spent Thursday in Spencer visiting his sister, Mrs Jack Elvin, who is seriously ill. Thursday guests in the Edward Lindebak home were her mother, Mrs Elmer Egli, sister, Mrs W. B. Junkman and coiisin, Mrs Gene Yardy, all of Manson. Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk attended a reunion of his family at Newell, Sunday. Mrs Mabel Thompson was In Plover Sunday to attend the 16th wedding anniversary party for her son-in-law and daij^hter, Mi and Mrs Ervin Burgart. Mr and Mrs Bert Putzstuck, son, Mr and Mrs Joseph Putz- stuck attended ' the funeral of their aunt, Mrs Mathilda Loebig in St. Joseph Catholic church in Wesley, Wednesday morning. The Missionary Guild were guests Wednesday in the home of Mrs Christina Nielson. Mrs Loren Appenzeller, Eagle Grove, was a guest. Mrs Edwin Jackson led the devotions, after routine business a social hour and refreshments were enjoyed. Mr and Mrs Robert Carstensen of Los Angeles, Calif, have visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Phil C. Henderson and Larry. Wilhelmenina Kelley left for her home in Kansas City, Kan. after spending the summer in the home of her sister, Mrs Gordon Gregory and family. Geraldine Gregory, Ada Too hey and Janelle Schneider spent Thursday and Friday at the Humboldt County Fair. Arriving Sunday in the home of Rev. and Mrs Louis Wittenburg was their daughter Nadine, SFC and Mrs Ted Mouras and family after 25 months spent in Japan. Livermore News A/Dl Royal Siegele and family visited several days last week at the Karl Baessler home. Florence Altman has come from Cedar Rapids to make her home with her, brother, Pete. Mr and Mrs Don Berryhill and baby of Duluth and Mr and Mrs Bill Berryhill of Superior, Wis were weekend guests at the home of their mother. A/1C Tom Bordwell is spending a 15 day furlough at the home of his mother, Mrs Albert Bordwell. He is stationed at the air base in Eglin, Florida. Mrs Lyle Nelson, who had minor surgery at Mercy hospital ; in Fort Dodge, is recovering at her home. Mr and Mrs Cramer Davis spent Sunday with their son, Skip at Wabasso, Minn. Virgil Boyd of Chicago spent the weekend at the home of his mother. Mr and Mrs Forbus Stiltz and sons have been vacationing at Lost Island. ' PAINTS * "FlOW KOTE" Rubber Paso Wall Paint * H DUCQ"ond"DUlUX" Enamels A Custom Colors * Varnishes * House Paints CALl (1$ for help on yowr n«xt pointing Job Botsford Lumber Co. DIAL CYpress 4-2619 factory purchase! Boys' & Girls' School Sho t Noti- marking Soles & UeeU 1^ STRAPS FOR GIRLS fcetl leather straps styled Tor good looks and comfort. with dainty nail liead bow trim. Lightweight, Jorig-wearing, non-marking Soles and heels. French bound edges. Sizes 8ji to 3. The same fine quality feathers used in much higher priced shoes OXFORDS FOR BOYS Popular new oxfords with . moccasin toe. Top grain black leather uppers. "Ruggedwear" non-marking soles. Brass eyelets. No seams in back. Sizes 10 to 3. TREMENDOUS SAVINGS Just in time oir8c%tGc)l GREAT COTTON DRESS BUYS for GIRLS Provincial Prints Classic Shirtwaists Bright Plaids Jacket and Jumper Styles Deep-toned Solids, "Old Fashioned" Styles Such tiny prices never bought the equal of these stunning back-to-school styles. Wonderful easy-care cottons that need little or no ironing in a wide selection of exciting new styles. Sizes 7 to 14. Choose now and save! Save oxr Boys 7 school shirts Sanforized cotton in colorful plaids, stripes, checks and novelty patterns. Ivy league style with button down collar included, Sizes 8 to 18. Boys 7 Ivy or Hollywood corduroy slacks Choice of ivy stripes, fancy splash patterns or solids in new fall colors. All washable. Also popular Hollywood models. Sizes 8 to 13, END OF THE MONTH DOORS BUSTERS Be Here When Doors Open At 9:00 A. M. 46 ladies Cotton Skirts ™ 1, 52 todies Cotton Blouses ,,™ , 30 ladies Nylon Slips „ „ $2 12 Girls Cotton Skirts , ;-„ $2 32 Girls Fall Sweaters, 7 to 14 , ^ $2 11 Mens Plisse P. J. - B & D — ,. 1,44 6 Girls Cord Jumper, 3 to 6 _-__-_-__, $1 15 Girls Nylon Presses, 3 to 6 ------ 1,88 6 Flannel Kimonos -,,,_. w ,_. ,27 15 Boys lined Jackets, 1 to 4 ,,. 177 48 ladies Nylon Brief, 5 to 7 44c 60 ladies Cotton Bra — T , 54c 48 Pe. Costume Jewelry 44c 42 Sofa Pillows $1 36 Dish Cloths 08 20 Hobnail Bedspreads 3.88 2 Wool Blankets, 72 x 84 3.88 200 Hand Towels 19c 1QQ Hemmed Dish Towels 19c 120 Bath Towels — 25c

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