The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1960 · Page 32
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Next best thing to BEING therel Phone long distance—the warm, wonderful way to say "Happy Birthday." A long distance call is you. The words and warmth and good wishes in your heart come easy when you talk them. Whenever you want to make an important someone especially happy, an important occasion especially memorable! phone long distance . . . the next best thing to being there! Nortliweslern Bell Telephone Company, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 1960 Algeria (la.) Upper Det Mon««—5 luVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings Host Students Ovc-T 12U liitfli school ;;!u<l( ills from 14 nufjritjunnK M'.'lhodi.sl. churches aUcnrlerl the Humboldi Sub-di.st.rid MYK Hally hefd in the local Molhodist cliuich uvi 2. A prognnn of fellowship an i worship was directed by a deputation Icani of six fo.Ui'gi" youth from Moi-nirujsiik- College. Sioux City. One of the team nu-mbiTH was Charles Weber, member of Hie Lu Verne. Methodist church, now a fiYshmim at the college. The churches represented by their youth were flumboldl. Livermore, Gilmore City, Uracl- Kalu, Rolfe, Pocahontas, Laurons, Pomuroy, Jolloy, llavelock, Ware, Plover, Lu Verne. , : Refreshments were served by the hosts, the LuVerne Methodist Youth FeJlowship. *** n CURTIS o. •. *., RlEHM I,' REPUBLICAN ' vW CONGRESS When The Supply Is Gone - We Won't Be Able To Jtepsat This TRUCKLOAD Bedding Value! Legitimate $69.50 Ostermoor Bedding (El Dorado Extra Firm) At This Low Price. YOU PAY ONLY • • $ 49 THESE VALUE PACKED FEATURES ARE YOUR GUIDE TO THE REAL WORTH OF Ostermoor UNIFORM BODY SUPPORT individual coil action NO SPRING FEEL quilted cotton insulating protection pads SIT-PROOF SAGLESS EDGES reinforced edge construction TRIM, SMART APPEARANCE —ALWAYS heavy padding and cloth inner retaining wall EASY-REACH, EASY-GRIP HANDLES properly spaced and riveted — rust-proof EXTRA COMFORT, LONG WEAR UPHOLSTERY specially processed clastic cotton IDEAL VENTILATION OF MATTRESS screened air openings ASSURANCE OF A GENUINE OSTERMOOR reinforced name tape binding BUILT — NOT STUFFED . custom made, to prevent center sag / SO Mattresc or Box Spring All These Features - Plus A - SAVING! A truckload purchase of this fine Ostermoor Bedding makes it possible for us to sell to you at this one low price) Now, it costs you no more to own an Ostermoor, because of our special factory truckload purchase. The Auxiliary Unit Were. 1 Monday fvcnin" f/tnTis of Mrs Guy fiidum;!.-;. Klrvrn inrinhi-r.s pro- si nt. ;m;l Mrs KiUvin Jackson a L'U'st. Mrs Jfirk Guy president p] rsklfil ;ind Mrs K in c ]• ;i 1 d SI i.'ind ;md Mrs Hoy CJuy of Ronwick welcomed ;is new riK.'mhc'rs Mr ;md Mrs William (Joclsch f.nrl Shcryl Ann were Sunday visitors in Sioux City with thoir d.'iuRhter anrl sister Sonja Rac 1 , junior nt MorniiiKsido Col1«Ro Sonja Rae Wok them out for din • i no io honor the hirthd;iy of her i:'«;!-cr Ocl. 1. Tliey Hion ni.ternl ' 'I 'llu 1 open house honoring the l'.:Vli weddiiifl iiimivi'rwy of Mr ..in' 1 Mrs Robert Jonnson. Guosts Sunday evening in tin- Mr and Mrs Robert Rusher home Ioi- dancinu from LnVeni" worr Mr and Mrs Don Miller. Mr and Mrs Harold Ni.elson. Sr.. Mr and Mrs Roller! N'ielson. Mr find Mrs Jack McCleHnn. Mr and Mrs Dale Zentner. Mr and Mrs Vic- '•>r H;u'"i<M'-i n< r. Mr a'-d W>'^ Wayne W.irmbicT, Mr and Mrs Richard Gronlnich, Mr and Mrs JIfirold Nielson, Jr., Mr and Mrs Gordon Gregory. From Kort Dnd- K(? were Mr and Mr^ Paul Williams. Mr and Mrs George Watson. i\'tr and M 1 '". r'lii'-dH'e Shin- man, Mr and Mrs Corlin Shipman. A Halloween nartv ill costumes is beim; planned. Fred P<.'v»,anfle returned fvom a fivfi vvfek variition in Albu- qurrquci, New Mexico where -ho visited his daughter Lillian and family and took in the State Fair. Mr and Mrs Fu-ymond Lofilcr visited Friday t> Sunday in Lexington. Neb., with his aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Lloyd King. Enroute they wrnt to Council Bluffs and took their son Denny Ray. student at school for the deaf, with thorn 'for the week end. Mr 'and Mrs Wilson Legler. Fort Dodge came to the farm to care for their grandsons, Johnny and Charles Leglcr during their parent's absence. Mr and Mrs Richard Wuiff Elaine and Buddy of Humboldt were supper guests Sunday in the Cecil Baker home. Also guests were, their son Mr and Mrs Don Baker. Mr and Mrs Harold Madsen of Nic'hojs were Tuesday overnieht guests in the Mr and Mrs Roland Wallinc home. Mr and Mrs .Kermit Stille of Thornton visited Sunday with their son Mr and Mrs Jerry Slille and girls. Sally Shirk, arrived Thursday for a week end visit with her parents Mr and'Mrs Hugh Shirk. Sally is a stewardess on United Air Lines.arid, lives in Wa.shing- on.'D. C. HURT David Kakac of Crcsco was in- ired recently by a falling tree e was 1 cutting. One bough of the •ee hit Mr Kakac in the head nd a second struck him in the tomach. pinning him to the round. The tree had to be cut to rec the victim. Fiut: A large combination granary nd garage, the family car, and ome machinery r.nd tools were ost in a fire on the LcRoy Carlon • farm near Griswold. The ))axc started w'nen a barrel of basoline ignited from sparks vhen the car bacid'ired while it vas being started. CREDIT? YES! ALL ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE DUNLOP FIRST LINE NYLON Super Gold Cup Silent Traction MUD - SNOW - ICE No txchaiige 6.70x15 Tubed Type Black INSTALLED FREE THOMPSON'S THOMPSON UISTIUBUTJNG CO. 1009 No, Main ALGONA, IA. Hot new number in the LOW-PRICE FIELD f ... every inch an OLDSMOBILE! i Here's .an all-new kind of car in the low-price field—more agile to drive, more economical to operate! Sized to seat six in comfort! Not too big ... not too small... just right for you! So sturdy and road- you'll drive all day without Urine! Smooth and quiet in the Oldsmobile tradition! Built for the buyer who wants something better in the. low-price field! • Exclusive aluminum Rockette V-8 engine turns oat a spirited 155 h.p. • Handy 188-inch length. • Easy- riding 112-inch wheelbase. • Sedans or Station Wagons—all with four big doors. • New Hydro- Matic with Accel-A-Rotor action (optional af extra cost).* Big space inside... for you and youV luggage! SEE YOUR LOCAL. AUTHORIZED QUALITY DEALER « Before you buy any low-priced car... be sure to see and drive the new F-851 DAU'S GARAGE, 125 South Dodge, Algona, Iowa TUNE IN MICHAEL SHAYNE EVERT WEEK ON NBC-TV1 tr- ,-, -TT WESTINGHOUSE... THE ELECTRIC RANGE WITH NEW IDEAS Simplest to cook on... FINE TUNING CONTROLS 01*1 nact surface heat you wint for perfect results. SAFETY-MATIC UNIT Mikes every utensil (even (lass) completely automatic. SERV-TEMP ROAST GUARD Does roasts, fowl perfectly; keeps them so till served. MIRACLE SEALED OVEN Perfect results every time ... the heat's locked in. Easiest to clean... Mode KAA30 ROUNDED QV(N COINERS No cracks or crannltt IP trip intf collect th» dirt. PLUG-OUT SURFACE UNITS Taki all thi tedious work nut «l the turfact PLUG-OUT OVEN HEAHHS Remove completely so that Oven's clear tor clean-up. LIFT-OFF OVEN DOOR puts every part of oven within reach for clean-ui. Cooking's truly fun when your Range Is Westtnghoust because Westinghouse has more features that make it simple to use, easy to clean. Some Ranges may give you some of these feature* . . . but none gives you all Compare and you'll see. No other Range gives you so much in solid quality as Westinghouse... quality that makes your Range a joy to use (and keep clean) year after year. only $ ^ 50 a week EASY CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED you CAM M SURg...iF IT'S Westin^llOUSO As Advertised In Farm & Homo Section BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE CV 4-3613 ALCQNA, IOWA

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