The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1959 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 15, 1959
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•*,••«» **Vv- r , ,.•, -f 6-Algono (lo.) Upper DOT Motnw Thursdoy,. Jan. 18; LuVerne Man Now A Captain In Air Force LuVerne .—. Gerald Schipull, son of Mr arid Mrs Albert Schipull, a 1st Lt. in the Air Force in Radar and stationed at Great Falls. Mont.., reports an advance ih fating to Captain. The first of February he will report lo Grand Forks, N. D. He will then receive additional training, place to be announced. J. J. Club Meets The J. J, Club were guests of Mrs Jess Jergensen Friday with members " present. Mrs Harry Lichty presented the lesson. Weekend guests-in the Edward Dehnert home were their daughter Doris, Mr and Mrs John Peters and son John of Denver, Colo., and Miss Verna Parks of Osage, sister of Mrs Dehnert. They came to visit Mrs Dehnert a surgical patient in Fort Dodge. She is now improving. Guests over the weekend, in the G. M. Will home were their daughter, Wanda, Mr and. Mrs Chuck Skogerboe. Mr Sko- gerboe is now teaching social science in the Eldora training school. Mrs Skogerboc who was teaching in the Winnebago, Minn., .school where they made their home, will leave that school at the semester and go to Eldora to WRsleyan Weds In Greece '• , •(•' '',-..- - : ••• • J _i_ima. Ja ^a»a^=ail mJ i-i a Edward Dornbier, son of M* and Mrs Clarence Dornbier, Wesley was Maria Rosa Martini, of Madrid, Spain, at Athens Greece, Saturday, Nov. 8. The newlyweds are shown here. The bridegroom has been in. the U.S. Air Force for almost four years and expects to be released in March. He is stationed at Athens • •• ••----' time. He attended Wesley high school. (UD1V at the present Engraving). visitors sfctftft «£ fig Slef 1 to EttMt Mor«&\ and Mt& Webster City, Supt. B. E. Martin, Wickett, Robert W. Bigirfga* Ronald Martin attended the State Teachers College and tforningside College, Sioux C1t$r jasketbal game in Cedar Falls Saturday evening. K e n h e t fo Stripling of LuVerne played on the Sioux City team. . . . Two Changes ; Of Ownership Made, Wesley Wesley — Mr and Mrs Verie Janes and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs «fere' Schmidt have recently purchased the Coffee Shop in Britt from Mr and Mrs Ellis Swan and took possession Jan, 6. They had been farming northeast of Wesley. "Bud" Weiland who has been employed the past 1% years at the Standard Oil Station in Britt, has leased the station as of Jan, 1 math*, and Melissa tfygju ttuih Wise gave demonstrations. Darlene Stude* talked oii *ffffl YmitRoom.", ««{««»>£?ffift eader, presented "Bo^rl PnjMk* A sdcM hour was irt charge of Silvia dink and Mary Kathtyft 36rman. Book* A*a Welcome The library board ' grate!titty acknowledge a gift of many books fr-oin Mr and Mrs Richard Mad* sen and front Mrs Mag Bleich,, .. a. § athering hOttored the 1.0.OJV H ga Giylon VMthtinl famil? -Whts moved to Sluart Ihis wJS-elt, , Mr and. Mis RaV Becket; a Mr and Mrs Art tllif df SC J eft Sunday January^ 4 on a Sight- eeing trip to Texas and 'othef outhern points, .'•..• Mr and Mrs Don Hauptman are . * ' n -&_•/. d .* A at »r rt wvifJ^*— * -fc/.,'* jt make their home. ., Mr and Mrs Phil C.Hender- son, their son, Larry Henderson, and wife visited Sunday with their daughter and son, the. Robert Surbys at Waterloo and the Maynard Hendersons, at Cedar Falls. Maynard took his par- jnts and brother to the airport or dinner which they enjoyed much. . New Year's guests in the G. M. Will'home were his sister, Mr,and Mrs Pete Robinson and their son, the Bill Robinson family of 'BEAR GAT GRINDER Cor'with. Mr and Mrs Will were New Year's night dinner guests in the Clifford Meyer home in Cor'with.' "Other guests included the James Tendall and George askill families.;'. Attending installation at the Corwith 'Masonic'lodge, Saturday evening -wtere the G. N. Wills, A. A. Schipulls, Robert Barbers, John Voss, Jr., Gail Wolfs)' Albert Girards, Edwin Martys and Mrs B. E. Martin. Mr and Mrs Harold Nielsdn, Jr entertained their winter card club Saturday evening. At four tables in play, high, Mr and Mr: Mervyn Bristow, low, Mr and Mrs Robert Nielson and travel, Clerr Stripling. . T . , Ronald Martin, Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, visited with his parents, Supt, and Mrs B. E. Martin ove'r the weekend. Guests in the Henry Kubly home Sunday were Mr and Mrs Peter Ruberg of Thor and her mother, Mrs\Emma Kubly of Renwick. • , - _ , , Guests Sunday m the Robert Barber home were Mr and Mrs Forest Eckles of. Britt., Mr-and Mrs Albert A. Schipull visited Sunday in Britt with;Mr nd Mrs Harvey Enfield. Mr and Mrs ; Gail Wolf and amily has as guests Sunday, his Barents, Mr. and Mrs George Wolf of Algona and his uncle, Mr and Mrs Orville Anderson and ons of Corwith. Overnight guests Thursday in the Curtis Morgan home were ler nephew, Mr and Mrs Eugene Whitaker of Rhinelander, Wis. Legion Auxiliary Meets The American Legion , Auxi- iary met Thursday evening, Jan. 8. ' • Two new members, Mrs Urban ^ickteig and her daughter, Mrs Kenneth Forburger attended the meeting. The group voted to sponsor the, March df Dimes'Drive. ." ' The ladies made 50 favors fp* irays for the Hancock Memorial 1 tiospital at Britt. Agnes Lickteig won the door prize. Irene Lickteig and Shirley Bruns served lunch. • • Prairie Pals Meet Prairie ,Pals met Saturday, Jan.. 10 in the home' of Marilyn and Sharon Plathe with 'Ruth Wise, in charge-of the meeting. Sylvia Gink reported on the county 4-H party. Sharon and Marilyn Tuesday, Jan. 15 dinner guests in the Harold. Eischen home in honor df Michtel Eischen's 3rd birthday were, his grandparents, Mr, ahd Mrs Ale* EiSchen of AU ^ona nnd Mr and Mrs WiL Hauptly. Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet and Mr and Mrs George Diefs of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Roy Elberts and family of Woden were Monday evening, Jan. 5 guests in the Bernard Kunkel home. Mr and Mrs, Lou Goetz were Sunday afternoon callers in the Kunkel home. Mr and Mrs Roman Wilhelmi of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hall and Gary of Britt were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Kunkel home. 1 Becky, daughte)p of Mr artc Mrs Norbert'Hilbert, was honored .at a birthday party Sunday af ternoon. Her guests were 19 Mrs Clara Erdman and Wiili left Wednesday in his new Chev rolet for a trip to the West Coast At Norman, Okla., they visit he sister-in-law,- Mrs Jessie Conlej and her brother, Kenneth Con ley and family. At Anaheim Calif, they will visit her daughter Patty, nee MES Gene Wolfe and daughters. 'Mr' and Mrs Leonard Arndorfer Were Sunday evening callers at the Bernard Kunkel home. " A public card party will be held in the Legion hall Sunday evening, Jan. 18, beginning at 7:30,'sponsored'by the American Legion. The Tom Vitzthtims of Laurens, George Vitzthums of St. Joe joined the George Vitzthums Sr.. Gaylon Vitzthums, the' Luke "Youngwirths, Jack Vitzthums and atisfiy Bambrt Joseph:. 6ftd he hasf 14 mdiittw 6ld r brother. Mere 1 - dith, who •veas cared for by hi$ |fandfiarents, Mr. and Mffl Reese /tartin and family; Mr and Mrs . It. Hauptmah are the ycting* ster's paternftl gfahdparfents.' , Diane Gardner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leon Gardner • was a >atient in the Hancock Memorial lospital, Dec. 30 to Jan. 6. Joe Eisenbacher left,Tuesday by train for Taconid, Wash, where Mr Spend seVeral , th his Sistei', Jane ftSWMrs Sefcf t^ft at Si **A3fJf&S BS ^^ttl ^*rV*Wffi y "te<«H*Vp3£ ^eS^ ofa Mfrtto's .^irlsfe *t n^faoiL*• .. ;•'-;.../:....j^j- , o£ Lansterd, Bafcott, .visited his parents, Mr, Sftd Mrs H, H, I*loih Sft and Jatins- hfld and, his two .brothers Erlift^ tftd, Halyof ^flcM and. thetr tifrfe last 'week. ; , ., , Con way To St .Benedict • Fr, ' Ffdhcis Cdnwa'y, ' tendent ,of Gari-igan Catholid high school, who Has, serve 5 d as an assistant priest at Whittemore since, his arrival hefe, has been transferred, to St. Benedici where he will serve as priest. Me" will retain His position as Garrigan prexy. He will begin his 'duties* at Si Benedict Jtoday (Thursday). Ft. Charles Ernst, Who haa . ,-Ftank'BuHr And His SalT Jules Hitman Hifi aes.* • * Garnet Firemans^Ball Jules Herttiatt And His Orchestra FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY! FINAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY! ON ALL GOATS-CAR COATS SUITS-DRESSES SKIRTS-SWEATERS SHARP'S The New Bear Cat Burr Grinder • Has Large Capacity • ,Easy to Handle & Operate • Produces Evenly Ground Feed • Reduces Fine and Courses From Ground Feed ••• •• •' PTO Operation sale! i • International FRIDAY & SATURDAY all pieces in lovely WHITE BREAD EXTRA SPECIAL "Formfit Skippie" GIRDLES and PANTY GIRDLES OUR REGULAR $6.50 for $ 9 SLICED OR UNSLICED FRIDAY ONLY! 17 C PAHERM Sale Closes February 14,1959 Fill in..'. add \jn... start a complete new service for pride in gracious living. Splendid . savings oh all purchases, 1 Prices include Federal Tax, 1 ) After sale, Spring Glory will be retired and available on a special order basis from thet factory for immediate deUvery» — BLOUSES — Long And Short Sleeves $5.95 Values - NOW $3,98 $4.95 Values - NOW $3.19* $3.98 Values - NOW $2.88 $2.98 Values - NOW $1.98 LOOK FOR YELLOW TAG PRICES ON MERCHANDISE THROUGHOUT STORE Belt S«» • Transport mov- ' The New Gehl Grind-All - Model 50 t Concentrate Hopper for mixing feeds • PTQ. Drive for efficient steady grinding , t 42 Long'Lite Reversible Grinding Hammers • Positive P o w n w a rd , GrincJing Action m Bugge4 . W^avy Steel Construction RAD LEY BROS. '''' '• '" ''''"" Feed Table |or feeding Attach- HOME MADE Ice Cream Place Setting Piece* Teatpoon ^.^-..^^ Plate Fork >K ..»...» Place Knife .,._„.„.. Salad Fork , Cream Soup -. .. Oestert Spoon ............... »....„.. Butter Spreader, H. H....w.-..» Place Settings— luncheon 6-plece Place Setting...^. 5-plece Place Selling ...... —... 4-plece Place Solllng.,.»..»».. Other Place Pieces Dinner Knife ...... -,,.....^^. w Dinner Fork „ ...... ........ _»^_ Oyiter Fork ........ Coffee Spoon Iced Teatpoon ... , Serving Pieces Butter Knife ..... Cheese Server tegular 4.35 4.iO 6.25 5.50 5.50 5.50 4.75; 37.75 28.00' 22.50 Cold Meat Fork, Lorge.............- M _. Cold Meat Fork, Small ..... „.....-„„. Gravy ladle , .................. -...,....,-.... Jelly Server ..................... ..„„....„.... lemon Fork ,. ........ , ..... ........,.„.._„. Bon Ban or Nut Spoon ........... _,._.... Olive Fork ,. ................. „„„.» ..... „.. Pie Server, H. H ........................ ...... Roatt Set, 2-plece ....... ................... Steak Set, 2-plece ................... . ...... , Salad or Buffet Fork, large Salad or Buffet Spoon, large Ollvewood Salad Set, 2-pl«ce..™. Cream or Sauce Udle ..... .,.....,..-, Sugar Spoon •••• ................. _,«,^....,, Sugar or'lee Tongj,. .....,., Toblespoon, Plain ...__..._«....„, Tablespoon, Pierced ,,~—...,...~ Tomato Server ..,„.....»_.«...~«,,> |«t Combination* 42-plece Set—luncheon Size ^-luncheon SU« >m ,. . . . •','• FARM IMPIBM5NTS Bakery , • ^^^ i ,...246.00 ..1U.OO 4.55 4.38 3,85 3.85 3.85 3.33 37.W, 19.60 15JT9I 4.VO S.93 3.98 1.93 3.85 5,43 •4.55 9.80, 9,45 8.93 4,90 3.33 4.30 3.33 6.40 36.35 15.75 11.73 11.73 10,15 9,43 4,55 5,43 7.70 7,70 10,50 annual safe Convenient Terms Arranged seom/es$ save up to $7.05 on every box. service sheer ^£v*AP£'''< •^TSvVO reinforced sheer m/crofi/m mesh \ i 1 i stretch sheer lrog, $1.50)*?.25, 3prs.-j3.60 , 3prs, Aswrfcw Oew isheer heef cfem oil sheer sanda/foof

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