The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1959
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6-A!gono (to.) Upper D*» Mftfne* Thursday, Jon. 29, 1959 . , AROUND ALGONA . . Mrs t>eaa Partoit was hostess to her sewing club on Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Perry Collins are visiting their son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Dale Collins at Lake Charles, Louisiana., Mr and Mrs Don West of Des Moines spent the weekend here with the letter's mother, Mrs A. D. Lehman. Mrs West is the former lola Lehman. ' Young, people of the Protestant churches in Algona will combine for a skating party, Monday evening. Feb. 9. Tickets are 50c and a guest may be invited. Guild, business Women's circle of the Presbyterian church met Monday evening at the home of Mrs Henry Furst. Rev. M. H. Brower gave the program. United Presbyterian Women honored three members with lifetime memberships to national boards of the church, at the January meeting Thursday. Mrs Harry McMurray received the Foreign Mission membership, Mrs Frank Ostrum, the Nation Missions and Mrs Goldie Guderian, the Christian Education. Lori Jo Ann, Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Merrill Walker, was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic >church. Mr and Mrs Milton Will were hosts 1o their couple card club on Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles received the low scores with the dishwashing penalties. Xi Xi Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening, Jan. 20 at the home of Mrs Clayton Pittman. Barbara Haggard gave the program on, "The Music Man". Mrs Curtis Quinn, Wesley, is at the Britt hospital after surgery performed Monday. She ia recovering nicely. This is the second major operation for Mrs Quinn within thev past "three months. New members received into the First Methodist church Sunday include Douglas Barr, Sandra Hakes, Joyce Va De Walker, Verna Schmidt, Dorothy Decamp, Mrs Anna Hiserodt, Mr and Mrs Leonard Gregg, Duane and Richard Johnson, Mr and Mrs Lewis Marshall and Irving Applegate. Mr and Mrs Don Duffy were Wiltgen Jewelers This Week's Diamond Ring SPECIAL '/4 Carat Center Diamond With 4 Side Diamonds., 00 160 Yellow or White Gold SAVE 20 TO 40% ON All ELGIN WATCHES 20% OFF ON ALL WATCH BANDS! We will never be undersold by any, discount catalog, Bring in your catalog. Let's" Compare ! i hosts to a card party Saturday evening. High score was received by Mrs Don Duffy and low score, by Mrs James Carnp. Ottestf were Mr and Mrs Mdvin Christ- enscn, Mr and Mrs Paul Lerrtkee, Mr and Mrs Leo Eimore and Mr and Mrs Alfred Scherer, Dr. C. C. Shierk arrived hom» Monday from University Hospitals at Iowa Cily where he has been a major surgery patient for the past four weeks. He is abla to be up and about tlte< house, but will not be able to see callers for several days. The daughter, Ruth came to Iowa City from Chicago over the weekend and returned to Algona with her parents. She 'will remain here until Sunday. Mrs Shierk's mother. Mrs A. B. Me- Call, Kenosha, Wis. is expected to arrive this weekend for a visit of several days. , 4 Mr and Mrs Robert Dransfeldi announce the marriage of their niece, Georgia Ann Gilchriest to Kobert G. Moehle. The bride is a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Earl L. Gilchriest of Sheffield and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs George Moehle of Sheffield. The ceremony took place in the First Methodist church" at Sheffield, Sunday, Jan. 25. The bride was given in marriage by her unele, Robert Dransfeldt, of Algona. Linda Gilchriest, Algona, served her sister as maid of honor. Melvin Ammerman, cousin of the .bridegroom, was best man. The bride has made her home in Algona with the Dransfeldts since the death of her mother three years ago. She is a graduate of the Algona high school and is presently employed in the law office of D. H. Fitzpatrick at 'Mason City. • The bridegroom is farming with his father at Sheffield; After a wedding.- trip to the southern states, the couple will live -in Sheffield. Erv Wiltgen was showing a rather enlightening discount the other day. On item after itefrx>trie so called Wholesale torice was as high or higher than local • merchant's retail prices. The pur chaser was then obligated to add such items as freight and excise tax to the "wholesale price" whew ordering v from the catalog. This is just one more of the many examples we have seen which prove that you can do better, on merchandise through your' local merchant. * , '• • . Newspaper people are the first to admit that newspaper advertising has its limitations. Your ad can't, for example, dress your window or arrange your counters; it can't sweep the floor, wash the windows, wrap packages, or handle customer complaints in a pleasant manner. It can't put a srnile on a sour face. It can and does put your sales message before more people at less cost, than any other medium, however. » * ,* * ' Remodeling of Zender's Clothing store was scheduled to star! yesterday. Gene Zender reports that the- store will remain open for business while work is in progress. H.'J. Cowan is handling the project. . ' .,*.** Among local business people' currently on business trips are Ted Chrischilles, in Chicago oh a 1 buyirfg trip, and Mr and MrS Kenneth Strahorn, in Minneapolis .for a hardware convention. * * * Joe Tschetter reports thai ad-wise housewives brought in aboui 700 "of the Consumers coupons carried in his ad last week. Thai represents one coupon for every seven subscribers to the UDM, a response that could only ,be acheived through newspaper advertising. Due to the fact that Consumers ran out of some of the coupon items last week, more counons are offered in this week's ad * •,„, • '»,; .-..',Do you envy people who always seem, to be* finding nickels dimes, and quarters in the gutter, on the sidewalk*, 'Or, in the creases of upholstered chairs? Every subscriber to the UDM wil" find such "easy money", valued -at 40c a copy in next week's Dollar Days paper. , , Bradley Brothers plan a big Open House for Friday •& Saturday Feb. 6-7 as announced elsewhere in today's paper, There are plenty of free gifts and nothing to buy, with door presents for everyone and an offer o*f "all the peanuts you can eat!" * * * " A one'-day exhibition of an electronic laundromat and electri dryer is slated for Friday only, at Beecher Lane Appliance. Gweii Davis, demonstrator who has appeared in Algona before, 'will show you the wonders of this magic marvel m the appliance line. An nouncement in detail elsewhere in today's paper. , • Final 'Dimes' Events Slated Two events, which will 'help wind up the March of Dimes fund drive here, are on the docket tomorrow (Friday). . The American Legion Auxiliary is . sponsoring, a bake sale at Honsbruch's drug store all day Friday and a teenage sock* hop is slated at the KG Hall east of Algona Friday evening from 7:3011:30 p.m. • Jim Wilkins and John Moline, March of Dimes chairman, will spin'.the yecords for the sock hop. There will also be some records given •' away, free , and others auctioned- off during the night. - All funds raised at the? bake, sale-and sock hop will be turned over, to ,the March of .Dimes. Million and Half Rise In Home Federal Assets Humboldl RE A ' s *.'.•>' In one of itrtw. II . ontups uewetnr OT AIjJOTifi liaS been flaftied $fie M. *h« top; 558 retailers i»4h§ Viilt^d Stales fol- in.lh^ Home Federal .Savings and Loan Association boosted ! its assets by $1,540,603.11, or 15.17' per cent in 1958, experiencing one of the best years in its history, C. R. LaBarre, President, said last week. Writing in the association's annual report, Mr LaBarre said his institution now holds more savings and serves more customers than ever before, and expects to attract even more saver customers in the coming year. . The savings and'loan executive 'Summaitized Home- Federal' Savings and Loan Association's 1958 operations as follows: - ' >. , 1. .Savings increased by $970,631.94, or 10.43 per cent, bringing .total' savings at year's end to ,$10,276,678.50. ' 2. The number of savings' account holders climbed 5049,-representing a gain of 253, or 5.27 per cent, more than at the beginning of the year. i 3. Dividend payments to savers for use of • their funds totaled $301,094.97, or 16.78 per cent more than in 1957. ' 4. The , home mortgage loan portfolio 'was .increased by ,$774iT. -813:01,' or'9.34 per cent'in'1958, Bringing the total of home loans 'butstanding to $9,061,651.17. The Hurnboldt. t&tffitv Electric Cooperative'Will riftid its 24th anriual rrieeWflg lit the Htirh ota Theater at Huftibbidt, Idw on; Feb. 3, \ Door* Will- 'oftett. at 12 o'clock noon and the meetin Will start,,at 1 'o'clock '"Thft directors will be elected. . v. S&me excellent fehtertatetti<*tt ha! be'eri arranged for' a spfe&keif Mr Cecil Prashaw of the FrigU daire Company from Ohio, plus an act that has comedy, sculpturing and-ventriloquism. , 'fihere will be a number of vefy nice pri«e^ given members "only. - * - The present members'. of > the board fof directors are: President, Arthur Strachan, Humboldt; vice president, Floyd Lane, Renwick; secretary, Eugene Drager, Algona; treasurer,-Perry Morse, Humboldt; Carroll Adams, Ottosen; J\, V. Evans, Algona; Oscar Holden, Humboldt; A. A. • Schipull, LU- Verne; and J. C. Skow, Wesley. The cooperative in the last ten years has grown'^rorriM562'mem- bers to 1760 members. About half of its 840 miles of live is in Kossuth County. Algona Trucker In Pa. Hospital An Algona truck driver, Virgil Shackelford, 46, who is employed by. Western Buyers here,- suf-' fered severe injuries for the second time in three years, when the semi-trailer truck he was driving crashed near Jeanette, Pennsylvania at 3 a,m. Monday. According to a report received here .from his wife.^who .rushed to his side following the mishap, Virgil suffered a fractured'left leg, which was "split open from, the break to the knee, and a fractured left hip. .He was taken from Jeanette ' following treatment and at the present, time is in the Presbyterian hospital - at Pittsburg. The two cities are 50 miles apart, Shackelford, who has been employed by Western Buyers for several years, returned to' work about a year ago after a .two-year convalescence following a truck cra^h in Missouri. At that time he suffered a crushed left ankle, broken legs, a fractured foot and cracked rib. Details, on Monday's crash are skimpy, ..'pending the return , of Nat .Bangs, Jr., of Western Buyers from'-"the scene.''Bangs and'Mrs Shackelford flew, to Pittsburg early 'Monday morning. , ITeW Yotk Cit?» Sfc&rtfs baflf^ni in New Yotk City 160.0 leaders of arid retail-. laGiurjiift* Tfw»* v«* »*o***«» »-—*- t ifl'g.tnfediar^m be Dregfeflt - . WAITED — CHECKER; HOOD'S Super Valui Algona. , • 4 Wanted HELP WANTED — LADY FOR light housework arid c^mpdn- ion for elderly woman, Days.' CY 4-3575. •'.'.' '4* HELP WANTED WOMEN ONLY — Make Money at home assembling our items., Experience unnecessary. Crown Mfg. 486 S. Robertson, Los Arigeles i48, Cal. - « 4* HELP WANTED — MARRIED man for year - round -farm work. Seperate buildings. Lyle Newel, Phone 504, Fentort. 4* WANTED — TO BUY, SCRAP iron, we are now paying $2 td $6 above market. Cook's Scrap Iron and Metal, Algeria. 3-4* HELP WANTED — ASSISTANT cook. Lady to assist in preparation of foods and' some fry cooking. Steady employment, good working conditions. Town & Country Cafe, , Emrrtetsburg, la. " ' ' . 4-5* HELP WANTED WANTED -AT ONCE — MAN OR • woman to supply Rawleigh household necessities to consumers in Algona. Full or part time. A postal- card will bring you full details without obligation* Write Rawleigh's, Dept. IAA-51-271, Freeport, HI. • ' 4* FOR SALE My Home! I Cannot Meet The Mortgage Payments Because My Husband Forgot To See Jim Kolp Of The ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY For Some 1 Mortgage Insurance Before'He'Died Or Call M*J?o* Insurance On Litlte , t tueK *. Big Trucks, Paftel Trucks/Delivery Trucks, T&m Trucks, Permit Trucks. L S. BOHANNON E. Of Iowa.'Stale Bank CY 4-4448 Better Rales k— Belter Service TFN PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW! Northrup King And Twin-City You'll Be Sure Of Getting What You Want, When You,Want It! FLOUR & FEED s fil*" 1 * Marsh Seedless EXTRA *FA N^CY, HARD YELLOW ANANAS 2 FOR Have A Crispy Salad With Ray's Fresh, Economical Makin's! Your Choice .. • Large Juicy Cucumbers* Green Top Radishes • Fresh Green Peppers • Fresh Green Onions BIG 14 OZ. BOTTLE HEINZ CATSUP 19c Ea. Orange Juice 15c Ea SNO-CROP FROZEN . . . 6 Oz. CAN U.S. NO, 1 RED POTATOES 25 B °g 79c EXTRA FANCY ROYAL PURPLE DELICIOUS APPLES 3 B«g 39c LAST CALL FOR FREEZING I I JATMORE CRANBERRIES I Lb. Cello BORDEN'S ICE CREAM All Flavors, Featuring New Cherry Tart GAL 79c SEA PAK - RAW OR PRE-COOKED FISH STICKS 3 Pkgs. 89c LEAN .... 4 TO 6 LB. AVERAGE ''«' s '°* 8 ''•*»° : ' e -•'•*•'>**' " 1CNICS I'J. S. Pancake Flour 3 Lb. Bag 35c | Top Dog Food .3 JACK SPRAT Cans 39C WILSON'S CERTIFIED, WHOLE OR HALF SLAB I BRITT HOME-MADE SLAB BACON 49c Ring Bologna 55c HORMEL'S All MEAT NCED Lb. 39? Bag $3.79 MONARCH RUSSIAN-FRENCH DRESSING ....... -..«L ....... . 19c CHILE CON CARNE, With Beans Mo TL 0 'cr on ,.2For49c J. S. Colored Oleo 5 Lbs. $1.00 Fine Granulated Sugar 10 Lb. Bag 98c LEAN TRIMMED p Pork Cutlets Lbj U.S. CHOICE Beef Quarters CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR LOCKER AT NO EXTRA CHARGE I BOONE RIVER LARGE Dinner Franks Lb, REGULAR or DRIP FOLGERS COFFEE 2 Lbs. $1.39 SALAD MUSTARD Quart lOc TRY THE NEW LIQUID MR. CLEAN 15 Oz 39c 28 Oz. 69c MONARCH, 6 Oz, JAR INSTANT COFFEE 79c (FOR A REAL TREAT , .... TRY FARM SAUSAGE The fifare and v Wonder/M/ FREE fAMPtiS * FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

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