The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1960 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 20, 1960
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\»WM« HAGO And OAKLAND ALGONA MACHINE SHOP READ THE WANT ADS— IT PAYS 'r Legion & Aux Joint Party, I edvard, 27th LEDYARD — The Legion Aux- I'firy met at the hall for its rcgu- ir Dewmher meeting. Duo to the In ess of the president Mrs. Gus Simonsmfier, Mrs Ted Green •m-sirlH. I; was voted 1o pur- h.-'.sc 8 grave markers for the ;rnvps of deceased members and n thr- future they will be pre- <rntrd to the families in place of .Tenths. There will be a Christmas Parly for Legion and Auxiliary numbers on December 27lh, with i pot luck supper at 6:30. Mrs. Alvin Busch and Mrs. Melvin iBusch wort 1 ' appointed on the entertainment committee for that event. Mrs. Ida Engelby won the icor prize. A delicious lunch was serve:! by Mrs. Paul Gclhaus. A Christmas party was also hold fur members and Junior members at the hall. Gifts were exchanged and games were played. WOITKHT.S Society of Christian SLTVJCO met rccenty at the church with Mrs. Mary Bashara and Mrs. Fred Samek as hostesses. Mrs. Harold Herzog had charge of the Christmas program. Mrs. Charley Faugust presented her piano pupils in a recital at the school last Wednesday eve- j ning. Mrs. George Thompson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Zweifel of Corwilh to Charles City, Tuesday morning to visit their sister in law Mrs. Ed Mason. After dinner they drove to Riceville to visit Mrs. Thompson's nephew and family, the Virgil Masons. Mrs. Virgil Mason has lukemia and is very ill. Mrs. Thompson stayed at Corwith with her sister a couple of days before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Warner and Mrs. Lena Warner went to Algona recently to call on Mrs Warner's sister Mrs. Clarence Ackcrson who is in the St. Ann Hospital. Later they called ait the Leonard Warner home. Mr. and Mrs. John Fandel of Mason City were recent visitors at the J. F. Sullivan home. Mrs. William Mather Jr. is home from Rochester where she had been for treatment for an allergy. Mr. Mather went after her. She is convalescing at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Looft. Mrs. Ida Darnell and Mrs. Marvin .Junkermcier »is^, home t frpni California where they HacT been visiting. Mrs. Darnell was at the home of her daughter, and family, and Mrs. Junkermeier visited ait the home of their son and wife. A family dinner was held at the C. L. Egesdal home honoring Larry Egesdal and Joe Keefe, who had been home a week on furlough from their Navy base in San Diego, California. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Looft, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wallentine and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Winter went to Estherville Dec. 7th where they attended the annua Christmas -party of the R.E.A. at >ur Christmas ifet ' Carton Of His Favorite CIGARETTES Box Of His Favorite CIGARS MAGAZINE CIGARETTE LIGHTERS PIPES AND POUCHES CHRISTMAS CHOCOLATES Smoke the new Cardinal Inn. Friends and relatives here received word last week that Mrs. Dclores Anderson of Duluth had suffered a broken ankle while skiing. She was in the hospital several d'ays for treatment. Donald Steinman Electronic Grad CHICAGO (Special) Dec. 12 — An bustanding accomplishment is being hailed by friends and relatives of Donald W. Steinman, 25, of 217 N. Harlan Street, Algona, Iowa. The local man has been awarded an Associate Uegrce in Applied Science tor successfully completing a 96 week training program in Electronic Technology & Design at the Chicago laboratories of DcVry Technical Institute — one of the nation's largest and best-equipped Electronics training centers. J. J. Gershon, Director of De- Vry Tech's laboratory training, in making the award, said: "Today's specialist, particularly the person trained in Electron- ics, is in a position to work in some of the most! challenging and profitable opportunities T have br-f-n privileged to see. I congratulate you on choosing a career in such a promising field as this." R.F.D. Carriers, Wives Banquet Dec. 11, Algona Rural Letter carriers and their *v". s hold their Christmas Banquet at 6 o'clock at the Algona )>',;<!, Dec. 11. It was a turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Following the dinner an entertaining program was presented. A young lady, conductor of a danr;m> school in Algona, gave some god ( ;l p and baton numbers. Mrs James M a 1 1 o r y, LuVerne. presented the history of four Carols by use of films and records. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. A. Deitering, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGuire, Burl; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings and Mr. and Mrs. James Mallory, LaVerne; Mr. and Mrs. 'S. E. Straley, Fenton: Maty Genrich, Lone Rock; Mrs. George Thompson, Ledyard: Mr Stoenhard, Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Hartman, Lone Hock; Mr and Mrs Herb Hen- ,sa.y, and Mrs. L,. C. Heifncr, Algona / Vv e extend our sincerest greeting for a happy and lovely Christmas holiday. \ SCHULTZ BROS Alfred — Wesley — Armin $•. 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Bohannon QUESTION: Can you explain or illustrate the insurance ciause that states if a loss is less than $1,000.00 and less than 5% of the amount of insurance the company will pay the loss with no deduction for depreciation? ANSWER: Assume a home is worth $15,000 and is insured for $12,000. Any loss less than $600 (5% of the insurance) will be paid in full by the insurance Company. * if you'll address your own insurance questions to this office, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind. LS. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 Tuesday, Dec. 20, 1*60 Algona (la.) Upptf ftti M»lfttt--t Hello folks! Here's hoping your Holiday season wfll be a wonderful one, without a care, and that Santa brings you many packages of happiness and health. CARPETING AD'S FURNITURE ALGONA, IOWA p p p p OF REMAINING 1960 P P P P 'NECCHI' SEWING MACH # P P P P P P t 100 to $ 200 Trade-in-Allowance ON A NEW "NECCHI" SUPER KNOVA 'f Providing Machine is not More Than 15 Years old. At least $50 Allowed on any Machine, regardless of age. We Service All Makes and ModeUI WHY IT PAYS TO BUY SEWING MACHINES HERE! * We c.n better recondition and sell them to our market, 5. Easy term*-NO MONEY •- Exchange privileges. 7, World-Wide Service connections. NORTH IOWA f SEWING MACHINE I ALGONA, IOWA TERRITORY OPEN FOR SALESMAN — APPLY NOWI

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