The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1961 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 26, 1961
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MONEY • SAVING JANUARY Ends 5 30 p. m. January 31 CLOSE-OUTS On Men's Brand Name SUITS As Low As Values To $49.50 S28 Values To 59.50 $38 Values To $69.50 KUPPENHEIMER Suit Special! Never Such A Low Price Regular $89.50 Values MEN'S BRAND NAME Topcoats As Low As $ Values To $45.00 $32 Values To $59,50 $42 MEN'S WINTER Jackets AND Suburbans $ VAUUBS TO $29.50 1 Croup of Men's SLACKS Men's Orion SWEATERS All Others 20% OFFI Boys' Warm PARKAS -S6 All Others 20% OFF! BOYS' SWEATERS SAVE ONE-THIRD ^^^^^^^^•MBHMBI ^jjjjjjjfjjI^llljJI^^^^^m^^^^Kni'-^---'-••'.'-•• ^ "'-w- 1 ' lender's FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper Dei Molnei More farmers in this area read this newspaper than any other publication, local, state 01 national and the farm sale results prove it. Jan t 26, Thursday — Mrs. El mer Naig, 4 west of Depew cnurch. Berkland and Bortvit auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank clerk. Sale details last week. Jan. 27, Friday — Ringsted.Co- Op Elevator machinery sale on Hormel parking lot, Ringsted. Bensen & Clark, auctioneers, Emmtt County Stn<e Bank, Ringsted, clerk. Sale details today. Jan. 30, Monday — :Merwn. Priebe, 2 W. of Fenton and 1V« south. Machinery and househok goods, one of largest sales of season. Berkland, Clark & Quinn auctioneer. Lone Rock Bank clerk. Sale details in UDM today. Jan. 30, Monday — Thilme. jSilrum at farm 3 miles north, } east of Rake. Sale details in UD1V, today. Wedcl & Clark,, auctioneers; State Bank of Bricelyn. Minn., clerk. Jan. 31, Tuesday — Wayne Barr complete closing out sale, % north, 1 west, 1 % north of Feniton. Bensen & Clark, auctioneers, Security State Algona, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. Feb. 1, Wednesday — Lynn Schoening sale, 5 south of Gibson Oil Station at Superior, la. 173. head livestock, machinery, etc. Sale details in UDM today. Webster, Clark & Clark, auctioneers. Iowa Trust & Savings, Estherville, clerk. February 7, Tuesday morning — Dairy auction at the Dean Walker farm, 6 miles east and 1% north of Graettinger. Bensen and Clark, auctioneers, Emmet County State Bank, clerk. Complete details 'in UDM later. Feb. 7, Tuesday — Burton Peterson complete closing out aut- tion, 3^ east, 4 north and % west of Cylinder. Berkland ana Bensen, auctioneers, Cylinder State Bank, clerk, Feb. 7 Tuesday — Dean Walker, 2 south, 7 west, and % south of Ringsted. Selling 22 head purebred Holsteins, equipment, etc. Bensen & Clark, auctioneers; Emmett County State Bank, Ringsted, clerk. Feb. 8, Wednesday — Joseph ituder, 1% west, 5% north of Wesley. Farm mrchinery >& livestock. C^ete, v , "auctionec-i's.' 'Iowa State Dank, Algona, clerk. Feb. 9, Thursday — Antone (Tony) Kordoes, 2 north, 3 % west •1i ;iorth of Bancroft. Machinery livestock. Quinn, Yungeberg Beenkon, auctioneers. Fann- ers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft, clerk. Feb. 9, Thursday — Leo Eve- -c>lt 9 south of Fairmont to Hands Park corner, then 2M: east. Wedol & Clark, auctioneers; Fiift National Bank, . Elmore, clerk. Sale details later. Feb. 13, Monday — 1. G. Manland, 2% miles straight west of Depew. Berkland and Borlvit, auctioneers; Iowa Trust & Savings Bank, Eminetsburg, clerk Details later. Feb. 13, Monday — Mrs Otto Borchardt and Virgil Borcharclt, 1 south and Vi milo cast of Fenton. Dairy Holstein cattle and same machinery. Berkland and Quinn, auctioneers. Feb. 21, Tuesday — Gaylord Johnson complete closing out auction, 1 mile north, 1 east and Vi north of the south edge of Fenton. Berkland and Bensen, auctioneers. Lone Rock Bank, clerk- Swine Institute Slated . Mlmf. feb, 2 wilf aJs he hopes to achieye. Fa*mei*,wh»-attend thfe Mlm»fe«6ia.l6i»s stfine irtsfliuirw,Austin. Minn. Feb. z wm nav0 an oppopWriliy tto hear one of the top swine ftrcdueers of the.,natMh tell how and Why he raises hogs. L. L. Stew«h airta Sdm Frankfort, Ind., farm 860 acres and raise< J 3,000 to 3,500 pureored 1 Hampshires annually. Mr, Stewart will discuss; his program aftd owtMfl6^hftffoaJs he hoBes to achieve. Odds And Ends From Fullerlon, CaU 6ne of our west coast readers forwards a string of clippings of Drew Pear- bent administration. * * ' * » Someone Is always faking ihe joy and egotism out of life, here, , for yeJJrl, we have thought that "Iowa 1 * was an Indian word fhen ih*re 1» ihe dory of a men who walke'd into a restau.r- ant, unwrapped his sandwiches and poured himself a glass ot the pitcher. The witfer -.frem, thi pitcher. The manager ftn.grUy 8»pp,rojph,ed him. Mfffti a r e you?", fakecj the mm consider the Ten Greatest People of Our Times, we'd pe glad to get it. Migh,t be very interesting. 1,1 ol meaning "Beautiful Land." Well, a publication wHich claims to contents we judge our, FUllertort the aiithentic information the man J % wa,n,t to see, ,, repllecj the un.Wpp.ifle "Wy sn't the (tfpMt on Indian names now says that subscriber must DC a Democrat "iowa" actually means "one who . Mr. Pearson's columns, which puts to sleep." The publication . . . . by the w&y you do not find in son's columns from the, Lcte . is the North Dakota^ Motorist, any big dailies in this area, is geles Mirror-News. Maybef- we're ^ an official AAA magazine. J _ '-' :.- •*, .... ^^'yi^i..,^ •;;•:— somewhat unkind to the incum- guessing wrorig, but from the JplSy Neighbors, UCreek, Meet TIio Jolly Neighbors Club o. f.otts Crcoj; met Wednesday nf tornoon. January 18th at tlv of Gladys Fuerstenau, w»t! 11 members and 4 guests present A short meeting was held anr" Mrs Diamond showed 3 film: about cancer. A delicious lunef WMS served. The next meetinf vvill be February 15 with a sale, hostess Gladys Kading. Fqther Succumbs gwes City — Fred ThH "jitiier of Mrs Wayne Christen- iun, passed away at 'apt (Saturday after a Jong j Fvmwal services wove Tw he is survived by his wife, Mrs Christensen; two grandchildren jiid 4 brothers -'ind two 5i?terg. "Stuttering and What You Can Do About II,' a new hook writter by Professor Wendell Johnson of The State University of lowp describes scientific research ii stuttering and tells what p.-n-ents and others can do for children who are threatened with the handicap of stuttering. Subjects ranging from the po tehtiaiities qf man to the onera l}on of a giant computer whitt plavs choss ure covered by »' scries of films called "Horizong of Sc.'ence' noyr available through •yhe State Univenity o| Iow{» 0^5 tension division, STORAGF CABINETS, metal, a' Jpper I'es Moines. USD A Choice Beef ALWAYS At FAREW/fr THIS IS A BIG BUY IN PICNICS!! HORMEL'S ; ^ SKINLESS - FULLY COQKED - DEFATTED - SMOKED HQRMPI/S LEAN lyilNNESOTA BRANP SWIF=TS PREMIUM — BOONE RIVER ~ ALL MEAT Skinless WEINIRS H & G WHITING LB. 15c 10 Pound Box $1.49 ————i—^^ FILLET BONELESS Perch ib. 29c Paste 8 4 Oz. Cans HUNT'S '-( 3 Cans HUNT'S HUNT'S r-frlHSlrnti, jf'i. »n; t (IfEiC 1 vH--U' 1% I o u r ,.. Bottl es HUNT'S TOMATOES 4 HUNT'S FRUIT CKTAIL 5 2!/ 2 Cans 300 Cans LONGORANQE Carrots Large Bunch SLIPPER SKIN Olc EACH ROYAL ALL FLAVORS Gelatin NESTLES Choc. Chips 12Oz. Bag SNAPPY Popcorn 2 Lb. Bag G iNvmmGKw . ^^ TOILET TISSUE i2R°<» $1 Book Matches 2 25c ROBIN HOOP F L OUR 10 Lb, Bqg LesslSc Coupon 79« SEA PACK FROZEN FISH STICKS lOQz, SHRIMP AHOY FRQ^iN Breaded Shrimp lOQz, 49c MARGARINE Blue Bonnet 1 Lb. Pkg. SUNSHINE Cookies 4 BUTTERNUT 6 Q?. Jar 59 C WISHBONE DELUXE French Dressm 8 Oz. Bottle 25 BLACK TEA BAGS 16 Count Pkg, 19 RPP DOT Potato Chips FREE BOX 2 MAGIC SLATES TWIN IN 6ACH PACK 49 POST Can If Sure When Y$M 5h«B That You 6et All The low Prices. Farevyay Meets AH Prieef. GRAPENUTS - 33c Prices Effective January 25 fo February \. We Reserve the Right to Limit, ......., „ ,.-..„ - »ISTRIBUtION" *»

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