The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 5, 1957 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 5, 1957
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Church Has Picnic •-**«-—• The members of the Irvington Presbyterian church held a pic- hie Sunday at the Ambrose Call State park. Union M-D M«*Hfttr The Union Township Mothers' and Daughters' Club will hold its opening meeting for the 19571958 year Thursday afternoon, Sept. 12th, at 2:30 p.m. at the home of Frances Dodds. _ i Baptismal Kites Baptismal rites were held Sunday at St. Cecelia Catholic church for Cynthia Lee, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs James Van Allen. Sponsors were Mrs Van Allen's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Keith Campbell, of DCS Moines. Dahlhftttfter Reunion A Dahlhauser family reunion was held a week ago Sunday a the home of Mr and Mrs Bernan Dahlhauser. The dinner honorec Mr and Mrs Charles Dahlhauser of Wenatchee, Wash. Mrs Free Ryther, mother of Mrs Dahlhauser was also present. Four Corners Club The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet Friday Sept. 6, with Mrs Earl Miller wh'o will be assisted by Mrs Ruth Harlan. Roll call will be answered by a school day recollection "Iowa" will be sung and Mrs Norma Walker Will give a paper on "Do You Know". A "Hobby Show" will be presented by Mrs Henry Schultz. Members are requested to pay their dues at this meeting. ENJOY OUR A Special Feature DOUGHNUTS — those good raised ones — 20% OFF This Friday and Saturday at LEAH'S BAKERY Bride Of Sheridan Strayer cu 9- e ^ a i d L ne Marie Cline - Pictured here, became the brlda of Sheridan Js.eith Strayer of Algona, Sunday afternoon, in a ceremony performed at the First Presbyterian church in Ottumwa. j »» £T lde ls from Ottumwa, and the bridegroom is a son of Mr ind Mrs Keith Strayer of Algona. David Yeoman of Algona acted as best man, and David Phillips of Algona was a groomsman. Miss Sharon Strayer of Algona was one of the bridesmaids. Following a reception, the newlyweds left on a honeymoon into he Ozarks. After Sept. 6 they will be at home in Cedar Falls. (Photo, Ottumwa Courier). Engagement Announced ^ RUSK DRUG LUCKY AUGUST REFUND DAY AUGUST K Remember our ad the first of August? We promised to refund the purchase price of every article bought in our store on one day during the month upon receipt of our cash register receipts for the purchase that day. So dig out your receipts and bring them into our store this week if they are dated . . . WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1957 : WEEK-END SPECIALS I LARGE SIZE TUBES IPANA TOOTHPASTE . 3 for 99c BUY ONE PINT GET ONE PINT FR.EE RUBBING ALCOHOL 49c HAY FEVER RELIEF REGULARLY 59c EACH BAYER NASAL SPRAY . 2 for 98c USP S-GR. MCKESSON 2 BOTTLES 100 EACH 200 ASPIRINS 54c DOESKIN BRAND 200 COUNT BOXES FACIAL TISSUES .... 2 boxes 89c FOR SCHOOL, HOME, OFFICE REGULARLY 59c CLIPBOARDS Each 39c TWICE-A-YEAR SALE $2 JUMBO SIZE LUSTRE-CREME SHAMPOO .1.59 I* l>«|^ - >O f^Xef**"-^""* ' * ^ <- Mr and Mrs Raymond Wessel, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of Mrs Wessel's daughter, "Cyrilla Kay Schmidt, above, to Mr John Joseph Marti, son of Mrs Anna Marti, West Bend. The wedding will take place Sept. 25 at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church in Algona. Miss Helen Peglow, above, daughter of Mr and Mrs Glen Peglow of Irvington, graduated Aug. 21 from Iowa Lutheran Hospital, School of Nursing. She is employed at the hospital in surgery until February when she will go to New York City to work and also attend Columbia University where she will obtain her degree in nursing. Auxiliary To Meet The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Monday, Sept. 9, at the Legion Hall, at 8 o'clock. September is designated as "Gold Star Month" and all Gold Star mothers, widows, daughters and sisters are cordially invited. Mrs Mildred Nelson and Mrs Florence Bjustrom are co-chairmen of the committee in charge. Honored At Dance A surprise dancing party was given Monday evening by Patty Van Allen for Kathy Dermand, ol Santa Monica, Calif., who is her house guest. Thirty-five couples, former classmates of Kathy were guests. Lunch was served. Kathy is a graduate of high school here and will enroll at the college in Antioch, Ohio, in a couple of weeks. McEnroes Hosts A family gathering was held last week Sunday at Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe's in honor of the latter's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Arthur Sprow, of Eau Claire, Wis. Twenty-seven persons were present and dinner was served at the picnic table in the yard. The Plum Creek Women's Club will meet on Wednesday afternoon, Sept. llth at 2 o'clock instead of 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs Lyle Davis. Roll call will be Current Events and payment of dues. The Constitution will be read by Pearle Etheringtpn. The program will be a social hour and revealing and drawing of Secret Sisters. The last meeting was held on June 12th at the home of Mrs Glen Gabrifclson with 16 members present. K W SELF SERVICE :•: ARE YOU READY FOR Ole Marf Winter ? Keep Your H$me Warm Thin Winter With a f" Duo-Therm OIL or GAS NEATER With Automatic lighting, Automatic Thermostat and _ Automatic Power-air Blower I MORE HiAT - CLEANER HEAT All Sizes and Color* Price* From $69.95 to $169,95 Trade-in That Old Heater Now I TERMS TO SUIT YOU HALL-STRAHORN HWDE. JTJw H»rdwar» Stor* Qn Th» North Bidt of th* Shower Marilyn Dreesman and Paula Priebe gave a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening for Mrs Clinton Godden, nee Helen Kuhlman whose marriage took place Sunday, August 25. at the Presbyterian church. In attendance were Mrs John Dreesman. Mrs Carl Grisham. Mrs Wilma kuhl- rnan, Mrs Berle Priebe, Marcia Anderson, Sue Becker. Marcia Cowan, Judy Cowan, Sharon De Groote Bonnie Elliott, Donna Fries. Wanda Grisham, Patricia Gilbert Margaret Gade, Joyce Huenhold, Virginia Kickbush, Fave Loss, Sandra Medin, Elaine Montgomery, Judy Pickett, Marilyn Peglow, Judy Strahorn, Carol. Shore, Carol Wittkopf and Mimi Wright. P.W.O. Circles To Meet Circles of the Presbvterian Womens Organization will meet Thursday, September 6 as follows — Circle A meets at 1:30 with Mrs W. Etherington, assisted by Mrs C H. Redemske, program by Mrs Charles Patterson. Circle B With Mrs Lawrence Gillespie, assisted by Mrs E. Williams and Mrs Sarah Geigel. program by Mrs Elmer Cook. Circle C with Mrs Earl Miller (Jerome street) assisted by Mrs C. A. Merrifield, Drogram by Mrs Floyd Bacon. Circle D with Mrs Fred Wegener assisted by Mrs Homer Clark, program by Mrs Alfred Schenck. Circle E with Mrs Alwin Huen- lold assisted by Mrs H. Yung- berg, program by Mrs Fred Geigel. Sororily Group Meets Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta sigma Phi Sorority held its open- ng meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Shirley Schenck. The president, Katie Anderson, ap- jointed standing committees for the coming year as follows: Membership: Jean Haas, Jeanette Peters, Jan Anderson, Maron Balluff, Pat McGinnis. Program: Helen Haas, Wilma Pickett, Pat Dupuia, Gloria Erp- eldmg, Irma Dee Cook, Margaret Hardgrove. Ways and Means: Shirley schenck, Marvel Sherman, June Winkel, Norma Marshall. Social: Joan Diamond, Esther Wegner. Service: Lavonne Peer, Betty To Lavigne. Publicity: Helen Schllevert — Local; Mary Ellen Milder—Torch. Entertains P. O. Force Glen Raney was host to the Algona postoffice employees at a 6:30 o'clock chicken dinner >unday evening at the Johnson House. These present were Postmaster Wade Sullivan, Don smith, retired, Hal Long, Dewey Skilling, Stanley Black, Lyle Black, H. S. Montgomery, Her- bert Hensley, Allen Wagner, Harold Lampright. Dick Allen, John Dutton Sr., John Dutton Jr., William Bestenlehner, Ray Lad- cndorff, Harold Voigt and Kenneth Harris. Unable to be present were Harry Spongborg, retired, Henry Guderian and Paul Watson. The Rev. Robert Holzhammer of Dubuque, son-in-law of' Mr Raney was also a guest. Mr buy Raney recently retired as assistant postmaster. Bridal Shower A miscellaneous shower was gi%'cn Wednesday evening, Aug. 21 at thf; Moose Hall for Mr? Clinton Godden, nee Helen Kuhlmann. Hostesses were Mrs Le* Wilrlin, Mrs Carl Grisham, Mrs Art Thilees and Mrs Art Ristau. Seventy guests were present. Mrs Cnsey Loss had charge of the guest book and Mrs Lcs Wildin was mistress of ceremonies. Sho gave a rending "How to Preserve a Husband.'' Mrs Loss, accompanied by her daughter Faye snng ^'Walk Hand in Hand." IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT II YOUR FALL COAT now use our layaway plan >. * a small deosit will JUNIORS Sizes MISSES Sizes HALF Sixes 98 to Choose Your Fall Coat From GRAHAM'S larger-than-ever-before showings of smartly styled and intricately tailored wool coats ... featuring luxurious new fabrics and lovely Fall colorings ... Graham s "Ma i&takin' me in to Zender's this week-end" You bet, school is started again and it seems like all my clothes have gotten smaller since last year. Probably won't help any, though, cause no matter how much I grow, lender's always has clothes to fit me. I hoped this year if I grew out of my school clothes, I might not have to go to school anymore, but Ma says they got b big fall shipment at Zender's and the prices are so good she can't afford not to send me to school. I guess that means it'll be like last year when she got so excited she made Pop come down and get a new suit too. I don't see how I'm ever gonna get out of this. If they got clothes for both Pop and me, they must have all the in-between sizes too. Where Quality Costs Less ZENDER'S Clothing For Men And Boyi

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