The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1960 · Page 7
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July 26, 1960 aigonn July 26, 1960 \ • Portland Twp. By Mr*. Victor fitch Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks find Mr nnd Mrs Guy Dimond of Biiitt returned Sunday from a week's trip to Casper, Wyoming, where they visited Mr and Mrs Howard Dawson and family. Mr and Mrs Jack Thompson returned Saturday from a week's honeymoon to Denver, Colo. Saturday afternoon they moved their fa* • '-" '"-•' it"5' .- •'^•/••i^F'-jf.f.--, ,.„ ^*^-£^$ : /.**>: i:. ?•'-•* *"iir« "I GOT A DEAL ON A USED CAR KOSSUTH MOTOR THAT REALLY OPENED MY EYES TO VALUE" WHY DON'T YOU? trailer house to the Hill Crest Trailer Court at Algona. Mr and Mrs Donald Michaelsen and family visited Monday evening at the Herbert Nelson home. Mr and Mrs Goodwyn Bcr- gerud and family left Thursday and returned late Monday from a trip to Fergus Falls, where they visited "the paternal home of Mr and Mrs H. C. Bergcrucl. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen and Mrs Eden, Tilonka, wore Thursday evening guests at the Ronald Oilman home in honor of Sandra Ortman's tenth birthday. Mr and Mrs Robert Wood and Jean visited at the Harold Von Bank home at West Bend Sunday. Jean stayed to spend a few days with the Harold Von Banks and the John Von Bank Jr. family at Algona. Pastor David Wolf and family tonka, visited the Herbert Nelson family Tuesday. Mrs called Ruth Sparks and Dean at the Howard Sparks home Friday. Emma Finley of Algona spent the weekend with her sister am? family, the- Billy Christensens. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson went to St. Joseph, Mo. Saturday morning, where they met .their daughter Mrs Tracy Stone, ami little son, Ricky. Mrs Stone and Ricky came to spend a few days with her parents and will also visit other relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Wendell Christen- of the Grace Baptist church, Ti-'sen and iamily enjoyed a bar- "AS A YOUNG OLDSTER... I know no on. outgrows Ihtir nood for milk! I drink milk to ktop myself always 1« MM pink/l* VISIT OUR USED CAR LOT SOUTHWEST OF THE COURTHOUSE IN ALGONA - NOW! 108 So. Hall l-...^, »^..^^,>.^ Phone CY 4-3554 CONSOLIDATED CO-OP CREAMERIES Doily Deliveries In Algona Phone 8-3361 Whittemore, Iowa beque nnd spent the evening at the Merle Teeter home Sunday. Mrs Grace Bergerud and Mrs Larry Holding of Hurt went to Ames with the Kossuth group for the County Women's Chorus Contest Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Lawrence Govern is director: Mrs Lawrence Govern went to Des Moines Wednesday to visit her brother, then drove to Ames for the Kossuth County Women's Chorus. Mr and Mrs Victor Fftch. Korenc and Judy and Ben Lceck called at the Clifford Young home and also visited in the Dwight Ruse home Thursday evening. "The average man is 42 around the chest, 42 around the waist. 96 around the golf course — and a nuisance around the house." Garfield 4-H The regular meeting of the Garfield Hustlers was held at Art Mogler's home on July 11. Art Mogler gave a report on the duties of a Vice-President. Duane Melzger gave an interesting talk on what he did at Ames during 4-H Short Course. A Correction In a paragraph in "Tidbits by Evelyn" recently, this paper stated that Mrs L. E. Linnan and daughter Bernie had returned via air from Florida and that the "frying time" from Florida to Chicago was 2'/2 hours. We wish to state that this should have read "flying time." Union 4-H Club The regular meeting of the Union Boys 4-H Club was held Tuesday, July 12, at 8 p.m. Douglas Jorgensen and Tim Vipond told of what they did at the 4-H Camp at Clear Lake. Tom Henry told of the Short Course at Ames. The demonstration teams were also chosen. Lunch was served by Dugans and Pin- gels. Life is very much like Christmas — you're more likely to get .what you expect than what you want. Five mishaps in this area within a three-day period last weekend resulted in one totally- demolished auto and £2290 damages to other vehicles and property. The only redeeming feature was the fact no personal injuries were reported. An auto driven by Alan H. Waldmani 21. Hull, Mass., was totally wrecked Thursday at the intersection of highway 18 and the Milwaukee railroad tracks a mile east, of Sexton. According to Patrolman Dick Pedersen who investigated Wald- mtm, who was headed west, pulled his auto over to avoid hitting another vehicle 1 head-on. The other car was headed in the opposite direction and continued on its way after the Waldman vehicle rolled imo the ditch. At 2:30 p.m. the same day, a "panel truck driven by Kenneth McCoy, 31, Estherville, and an uuto driven by Theodore H. Bierstedt, 63, Whittemore, collided three miles north of Whittemore on blacktoo highway 44. The panel was headed south and Bierstedt was headed north, turning west into a farm lane at the time. Bierstedl reported he didn't see the other vehicle, which swerved to the left in an attempt to avoid hitting the Bierstedt auto. The panel struck the right side of he auto. Damage to the panel was estimated at $600, while damage to the auto was $500. Patrolman Bill Tordoff investigated. Two mishaps were investigated Wednesday, July 13. Paul L. Weeks, 20, North Bend, Ore., was filed on for failing to have control of his vehicle after his auto sideswiped a car driven by William H Lillibridge, 50, Alden, Minn. The mishap occurred a mile east of Sexton on highway 18 at 3 p.m. Weeks was headed west, Lilli- Property Damage But No Car Injuries Damages Total $2290 In Five Area Crashes Winner At Swea City Swea Ciiy — Pictured is Brute McCullough, Algona, and his horse Jupiter which placed first in the Parado Horse Competition at the VFW Horse show here last week. Bruce is holding one of the trophies which were awarded to wifiners, the trophys and ribbons were Riven by local businessmen and cash prizes were given by the VFW. bridge east at the time. Damage to the Lillibridge auto was estimated at $000. while damage to the other car was $200, according to Torcloff who investigated. At 1:55 p.m.. a panel truck driven by James E. Schuller, 23, Algona, backed into an auto driven by Erwin H Siems, 68, WhiUemorc, at Whittemore. Damage totalled $85, according to Patrolman Charles Bird. At 6:15 a.m. Friday, John R. Pralher, 22. Estherville, who was headed east in a pickup on a blacktop road just west of Seneca, went to sleep behind the wheel, the vehicle slammed into the south ditch and crashed into a highline pole and fence. Damage to the pole and fence was estimated at $80, while damage to the pickup was estimated at $225 by Patrolman Pedcrsen. 67 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Butler of Radcliffe recently celebrated their C7th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Butler is well known for her braided rag rugs. To Support Beans At $1.80 Bushel The price of 1900-crop soybeans will De suporled at $1.80 per bushel in Kossuth County, Richard I. Anderson Chairman of the county Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee announced today. The local rate is. based on a national average support price of $1.85 per bushel, the same as the rate for 1959. Soybean price support will be carried out as in the past through loans on farm and warehouse- stored soybeans and through purchase agreements. Minimum requirements for support eligibility correspond to requirements for No. 4 soybeans, except for moisture content, which cannot be more than 14 percent. To be eligible for support under the I960 operation, soybeans must be produced in 1960. Loans and, purchase agreements will be* available from harvest THE ONE and ONLY SEMI-ANNUAL MINT SAL Begins Thursday, 9 A. M. - THREE DAYS - July 28 - 29 - 3O DRESSES We Sell It All — Regardless Of Cost: We have never had this many dresses before - 585 dresses to sell in three days. Prices are lower than ever — some only $3.98. Each dress is marked separately and all are priced to sell quickly. Juniors - sizes 7-15, Misses - siios 12-20, Halves-sices I2V4 to 24 1 /*. These are all summer and spring stock and many can be worn right through the fall season. You wil never find QUALITY dresses from Jean Lang, Marion McCoy, R ft K, Betty Barclay, Berkshire, and others marked so low ... so be sure not to miss this sale . . . it's the last call on this season's merchandise. LADIES SUMMER HATS There are 97 summer hats - whites and colors - values to $12.91 now selling at Just $1.91 BATHING SUITS See the QUALITY Suits from ROSE MARIE REID and BRADLEY READ THIS FIRST! Two things make this sale this year bigger than ever I » (1) We have more dresses to sell than ever before — over 500 I (2) We are going to close our JULY CLEARANCE ready-to-wear sale by absolutely selling out every piece of merchandise regardless of price ... so come all three days. You won't be disappointed this year. It is the greatest little sale held at any store anytime in any town. t Be sure to shop the main floor too for savings in their July Clearance Sale. SPORTSWEAR SHORTS- Sizes 8-16 - JACK WINTER brand. Now the lowest price ever. Just $3.98 - Others At $1.91 SKIRTS - PEDAL PUSHERS- Important Linens and white pleated Shark- skins. $7.00 - $8.00 - $9.00 Values. All One Price $4.98 Sizes 10-16 - Only A Few Left $3.98 BLOUSES- All White Sheers. Sizes 30-38. $2.98 SUITS- Glenhaven - Sizes l 16' 2-18<2. NOW While They Last. $12.98 CHILL ALGONA, IOWA • -\

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