The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1960 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 3, 1960
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•May 3, 1960 May 3, 1960 , CHflMI SV 4-3535 - YOU* NtWSPAPEB , Sctence Shrliiks tiles New Waftr Without Sitifgfery Stops ItchtrRelieves Pain ff«« twit, Ki Y. <Sp*«l.» **F6f the first time telenet has found A new healing substance with,the ttst6ri» iiHing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, itop Itching,'and relieve p»in —without Surgery, • > In casi after enie, *hile gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) tooltftloce. • ' Most amazltiff brill-results were M thorough that nuffefcrs mail* ttstements like "PIlM have Mined to be a probldml" The secret la a new-healln? «nti- •tancs (Bl8'Dyne*)-discovery of a world-famous research 'Institute, This substance Is now available in lupjioiitory or ointment fofm under the narne /VepordKoh //.* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. •te*. U. R P.L 0*. Collected By Red Cross Drive, Portland Portland — The , Red Cross drive for' 1960 in Portland tWfl., has been completed. Axel Carlson Was chairman for Portland.' Mr Carlson reports $106 Collected. He had six helpers, Mrs S. R. Parsons, Mrs Ed Smith, Herbert Nelson, Rogef, Scott, John Miller and Jesse Hariris, Cantet Drive The Annual Cancer Drive Crusade has started in Portland twp. $lrs Frank Becker is chairman. The workers will be calling on Portland residents in the next' few weeks. The following have.'volunteered their set'•vices: Mesdames Clifford Wali- man, -Donald Ringsdorf, Ray Fitch, Harley Boeckholt, John Harms, Robert Sarchett, Bernard Moister, Henry Smith and Helen Schwietert. . flJ Ml BONUS DAYS to the firs* 48 Customers 29$ DU PONT BUDGET-PACK SPONGES New! A package of two handy-size sponges for kitchen, bath, and workshop. .Most beautiful and useful, decorating [.: . ",/book .ever offered. Loaded with color /.schemes and painting hints. Limited quantity! 6-QUART UTILITY PAH Big, utility bucket.'Leak proof, unbreakable. Versatile, handy. NOW ONLY __. 5% ON ALL PAINT AN EXAMPLE OF YOUR SAVINGS 44c DUCO* Spray Magic No muss, no fuss-paint at the touch 8?e VA i u e of a button. Limited quantities of NOW White Gloss only at this special price. 0 N LY 3-fneh Pain! Brush pf 100% Tapered TYNEX Picks up more paint, spreads 'it fast, easy and smooth. High quality, durable, Handy 3* size. Come in early for yours. NYLON $2.19 VALUE ONLY 98' Either of the House Paints Shown Above. Regularly Sell For $7.46 per gal- t I -Ion. With A 25% Discount/They Cost You Only $5.59 Gallon. ' 25% OFF ON ALL PAINT IN STOCK ANTI-RUST FINISHES PORCH & FLOOR ENAMEL TRIM & SHUTTER PAINT BASEMENT WALL PAINT PAINT & VARNISH REMOVER SPRAY MAGIC DUPONT VARNISH SAVE $1.87 Diane Person of Lone Rock was an overnight guest Thursday of Janet Becker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Becker. The Fidclis Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Jake Smith. About fifteen! ladies attended the meeting. Mr and Mrs Claude Dearchs and Mr and Mrs Franfe Hofius, Algona, were Sunday visitors at the Jake Smith home. Sunday visitors at the Chester Smith home were Richard Brown and Sharon Smith of Austin, Minn., Mr and Mrs Delbert Sankey and boys, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Gatton and boys, Duane .Smith and Allen of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Dennis Olsert of Algona. A group of ladies went to Ft. Dodge where they attended the North Iowa Presbytery. Thos« attending were 'Mesdames Axel Carlson, Harold Becker, Frank Becker, George Becker, Robert Angus, EJelmer Angus, Neonvi Junkermeier and H. A. Smidt. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson. Kevin and Holly went to Fort Dodge Monday on business. Mrs Lloyd Bartlett returned home Saturday, after a week's stay at Park hospital at Mason 'City. She is getting along as well,as can be expected. Mrs Lloyd Bartlett, Mrs James Ollom and daughter. Mrs Mary Arbor Day Gift Presentation VtyW.| r «^tyV*»WtyV*v**/^^ ' PAINT ROLLER And TRAY, (JOMPLETE, Only.,. *« J »<^^i^V^/^'«^V^^p^VV»^»«^/V**'<«'^V»^»rVV*^»»Vi? 88c BOTSFORD LUMBER COMPANY So. Phillips St. AIGONA CY 4-2619 Spring Weddings... Brightly Formal I Handsomely correct, and 10 com* fortablel See our large selection of summer formals. Sparkling, lightweight . . . [us! right for your wedding I Complete formal rental service. Friday was Arbor Day in Iowa, and it was properly commemorated here as the above boys and Orville Duncan, operator of a local .nursery firm, planted an almey flowering crab tree on the lawn .of Bertha Godfrey school. The boys aiding Duncan in. the photo above are David Gerber, center, and a 1 presented by Duncan to the Algona Garden Club, which in turn gave it to the school. Seven members of the Garden Club were present for the ceremony a^nd program' of speeches and music which followed. Mrs Lilliace Sefrit directed the vocal music by the students. (UDM News- foto-Engraving). _ ^_ _ __ _ _ ; _ __ Krueger from Oregon, visited Mrs Charles Phelps Wednesday. Mrs Bernard Phelps wont to Fort Dodge Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family were Sunday visitors at the Neal Michaelsen home. Mrs Jack Tieman spent Thursday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Rex Wolfe, Fenton, helping her father celebrate his G7th birthday, Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms took their son Andrew to Boone Thursday, Friday he left for Fort Sill, Okla., where he will be stationed. Andrew has been home for two week's \eave, visiting relatives and friends, Mr and Mrs Bill Champion ST.. of Lone Rock Were Friday 'evening, ""guests ''atV'.'.-the'^J.esiBG. r >Uarrns home,'"*"'"'. /,.' . : Mr and'Mrs Kenneth Sarchet attended the funeral of Harm Rural-Urban Dinner At Burt Draws 250 Women Kossulh counly Farm Bureau women sponsored a rural-urban dinner Monday evening, April 25, at the Burf high school gymnasium. Each member brought a town woman as guosl, with about 250 persons attending. The Burt Band Mothers : served the meal. Featured speaker of the FAMOUS DIAMONDS OF HISTORY A 137 carat yellow diamond valued at $750,000, the Floremirie first turned up in the collection of the famed Medici family of Florence, Italy. The stone was sent to Austria in 1743* and was later sold by the Hapsburg Emperor when he went into exile at the end of World War I. Today, U. S. industry takes about 60 per cent of the world's stock of industrial diamonds, for cutting, drilling and polishing purposes. Groen Saturday, Burt. Mrs Martin Miller:-and Mrs Henry'-Anderson pf .Whittemore Were Thursday visitors tit the Tony Jnndl home. Mr and Mrs Robert lies, Karen and Larry were' dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms. "Income Tax is like a girdle, if you don't put in the right figure, you will get pinched." ACCIDENT Mrs Alfred Ho for of Arlington was injured seriously recently when her clothing became entangled in the shaft of a buzz saw. She was severely burned and bruised around her .head, throat and shoulders. John Jacob Astor, of New York, who lived from 1708 to 1848 was probably the richest man in the United States in his day. evening was Mrs C. C. Inmah of Bancroft, former stale Farm Bureau Women president. Mrs Glenn Gabrielson, Sexton, was loastmistress. ,Mrs Randall Clark, county t president, gave the invocation and Mrs Clarence Brandt led group singing. Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. and Mrs Duane Mawdsley sang, duets and Mrs E. Bonn- steiter, R fplp,, ., ^ ' : The Wesley township club, presehfecV a : skit.; "KCFB- TV"; ihe Buffalo township, gave a playlet, "Food is Your Best Buy'V and Ihe Union township skit was entitled, "Milking the Cow." Door prizes were given by the Algona Dairy, Farm Bureau Insurance Co., Farm Bureau Service Co., Hood's Super-Valu and various creameries around the county. The event was in charge of lhe"Kriow and Understand Your Farm Bureau" town' ' ship chairmen, Mrs Clarence Brandt, Buffalo, Mrs Ray Laabs, Fenion, Mrs C. L. Girres, Garfield, Mrs Raymond Bierle, Ledyard, Mrs Louis Wingert, Lincoln, Mrs Albert Fish, LuVerne,. Mrs Ronald Gardner, Plum Creek, Mrs Fred Plumb, Union and Mrs Charles Nygaard, Wesley. The Sideshow 'Medicine Man' Is Gone .And tfae day of tb» Kxalled 'gem expert* who could bold • Diamond up to dx light and pronounce a trua color rating it also gone. Today, your trusted jeweler considers color, clarity, cut and carat-weight together In guiding you to a proper Diamond purchase. Select your Diamond where you know you can have complete Confidence in the knowledge and integrity of your jeweler. We are at your service, SHARP'S JEWELRY Registered Jeweler - American Gem Society ALGONA, IOWA a diamond is forever SIOUX STEEL BUILDINGS AMERICA'S FINEST LINE OF FIRST QUALITY STEEL BUILDINGS • Strength To Last A Lifetime! • Flexibility To Fit Every Needl • Low square-foot cost for machine storage, livestock shelter, grain storage . , . Sales room, office, warehouse, and many other commercial uses. . M»»U -SIOUX SHU mOOUCl! FOR DETAILS And A SQUARE DEAl E. E. (Bud) Robinson General Contractor 1001 No. Main St. Algonq CY 4-3374

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