The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1959 · Page 15
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r The Treats Are On Us and Firestone! lit Appreciation For the Many Farm Friends oi Firestone & Bradley • -•' . ' ' ••'.••••. ' The Firestone Tire Company is joining with Bradley Bros, in extending this cordial invitation to you, our good farm friends in this area.. We are together inviting you to come and be our guests at our Farmers Days "Open House" at Bradley Bros, in Algona . . . on February 6 and 7. Although the "party" is not until next week, we are inviting you now, so be sure to plan ahead and make it a date to come. The place is Bradley Bros., and the treats are "on" us and Firestone. There'll be refreshments, free prizes, free favors — and NO selling! It's just the way Firestone and Bradley Bros, want to show appreciation — and we sure hope you'll come! Two Big Days For farmers . '. • i*/'. y • . . * ' . ' — And Their Families! — PERFUME For The LADIES ± Firestone .Air Measure Gauge Takes guesswork out of tractor tire inflation, ^Jryuirw longer tire life. C«t Your FREE Gaogt Today BALLOONS For The KIDS! FARM NOTEBOOK HANDY for Records... Packed with useful farm information •Free FIRST PRIZE -YOUR CHOICE- PAIR OF FIRESTONE FRONT TRACTOR TIRES OR PAIR OF PASSENGER TIRES ! Door Prizes, (Must Be 18 Yrs. Old To Register) SECOND PRIZE A BIG DRESSED FROZEN TURKEY* THIRD PRIZE FIVE GALLONS OF TRACTOR, MOTOR OIL DRAWING TO BE HELD SATURDAY AT 5:00 P.M. - YOU NEEDN'T.BE PRESENT TO WIN ! YOU CAN EAT ! ('Gotta Eat 'Em Here and Toss The Shells All Over Our Floor ! ! !) COME EARLY ... STAY LATE! . Our Farmers Pay "Open Jfpuse" -- with Firestone and Byadley Bros, your hosts «— will be open early and open late, Come any time, There'll be no 'sailing talk 1 for you — just a friendly jwp days extend^ & ipprtclatien, «| the n>any, many good farm f ieiwjihip* for Firestone and Bradley B,ros* ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES Thursday, Jan. 29, 1959 VOl, 96— NO, 4 Betty Crofts, West Bend, Bride, Benjamin Banwart Her* fe that* The way io fight a woman is with your hat . . , grab ii and run. "I'm Mr Haynes' wile," announced a visitor to an office. "I'm Mr Haynes' secretary," said the pretty girl typist who had greeted her. "Oh, were you?" said the wife. The reporter began 16 pul his questions. "What made you a multi-millionaire?" he asked. The terribly rich man look* ed pensive. I think you can say it was due to my wife," he said. "I see, her loyal help . . ." "No, no. I was curious to see if there was any income she couldn't live beyond." New homes heated with gas don't have to be limited to the conventional, basement installation, soys the builder of today's homes. Modern fully automatic gas furnaces and air conditioning units can be installed in almost any room in the house. Let your local gas company, the North Central Public Service Co. in Algona, help you plan your gas heating installation in your new home. They are experts! Betty Jane Crolts became the | bride of Benjamin Lee Banwart in a ceremony January 11 at the Presbyterian church at West Bend. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Crotts, West Bend while the bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs Paul Banwart, Sr., also of West Bend. Mary Jo Miller was organist and Waype Dunn, soloist. Mrs Herb Adams, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., was matron of honor. Carol Bennett was bridesmaid. Flower girls were Roxann Adams and Vicky Adams, both of Fort Leonard Wood. Paul Bariwart served his brother as best man. Bob Banwart w/is groomsman. Ushers were Frank Crotts and Jay Frieden. The! bride-wore a white gown t>f- Chantilly lace. It was fashioned with a fitted bodice, Sabrina neckline and princess pointed sleeves. The Chantilly lace fan skirt was styled over layers of nylon tulle. Her flowers were a cascade arrangement of red roses. A reception look place at the Legion Club at four o'clock in the afternoon. There were 200 guests. Mrs Mark Thilges and Joane Bennett kept the guest book, Mrs Ray Frieden cut the cake and Clara and Lola Banwart had charge of the gifts. Phyllis Thilges, Maggie Elcnz and Joyce Kirsch also assisted at the reception. The bride is a graduate of the West Bend high school and the Fort Dodge School of Beauty Culture. The bridegroom is also a graduate of the West Bend schools and served for four years in the United States Air Force. > After a wedding trip through the southern states,..Mi: .and. .Mrs Banwart will be at hbrhe off a- farm two miles south of West Bend (Issacspns Studio foto — UDM engraving). 2 Whittemore Homes And Tavern Sold In Past Week Whittemore — In a deal mado a week ago Harold Kuecker sold his brick home to John Marie, and sold his tavern to Bill Kuhn Jr., of Algona, Wednesday. Mrs Kuecker had to go to Arizona for her health, as she was suffering from asthma. She left for Arizona 'on Thanksgiving Day and has been gaining weight and has not had any asthma attacks since she arrived in Tucson. Mr Kuecker thought it*best to dispose of his business and home and move there to be with his family. Mr and Mrs Marte will retire from their farm two miles north of Whittemore, and move to their new home the latter part of February. Mr Kuhn, who has been night marshal here for the past seven months, has handed in his resignation for Feb. 1. When he will take possession has not been learned. Thursday another deal was No Selling— Just A Friendly Get-Together Party ! ! (You'd Have To Bend Our Arm Pretty Hard To .Even Buy A Tire !) Yes sir! Everything's going to be "on the house" for Farmers Days "Open House" At Bradley Bros ..... with Firestone joining us as host! Come on one or both of the special days , . . meet and chew the fat with your friends here . . , and try to drink us out of coffee and eat us out of peanuts! Be sure to register for one of the three swell Door Prizes — and be sure, too, to get your Free Tractor Tire Air Measure Guage and Notebook. This is for farmers, their families - the womenfolk are just as welcome as the men. So be sure to take time out for the party — two days at Bradley Bros. February 6 and 7. , DON'T F-O-R-G-E-T YOUR DATE AT . . . . , .-•• • • • •»•-.•••,- • . • •. Firestone Farmers Days 'Open House' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6 • SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7 dosed when Charles Schultz became the owner of the Lewis Dogotch home in High Lawn addition in the southeast part of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Schultz vacate the apartment over ,he H. & M. Tavern now owned. Mr Kuhn and move to their new home March 15. Mr and Mrs Dogotch will move to Emmets- jurg after school closes. Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gade of ncre and Mr and Mrs Harold Wehrspann of Fenton attended the Sports show in Minneapolis. Richard Meyer and Brenda Gade arrived home Thursday to ;pend the weekend here with their respective parents Mr and Mrs Walter A. Meyer and Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gade. Both are students in Concord ia Teachers College in Seward, Neb. Erwin Schuller, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith', Mrs Raymond Keene and Mrs Melvln Elbert and Wayne Bell attended a round table- meeting held at Emmetsburg Wednesday evening for Cub Scouts leaders. Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber and Mr and Mrs Raymond Hogan drove to Lincoln, Neb. Thursday where they met Vernon Weber of Seattle^ Wash. The latter represents the Woodman Life and Accident Insurance Company and was called on business to Lincoln. He visited here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Simon Weber until Saturday. Twins, a boy and a girl, were born Jan. 13 to Mr and Mrs Wayne Hanson in St. Ann pita! last week. They now have 4 boys and 3 girls. A daughter was born to Mr an<J Mrs Lyle Schuller Jan. 5 in the Memorial hospital in Emrnets- burg. Mr and Mrs Robert Fleming are the parents of a new boy born Jan. 5 in St. Ann hospital. They now have five boys and two girls. Mr and Mrs Wayne Wagner are proud parents of a daughter born in the Forest City hospital hist week, their first child. Wallace Simpson is a patient in the Rochester hospital for an eye treatment. Janice Volk is a medical patient in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Steven, son of Mr and Mrs, Sterling Simonson, underwent surgery in the Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg last week. Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach, Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke, Mrs Adelia Meyer and Mrs Aurelia Leininger of here and Mr and Mrs Arthur Ruscli of Lotls Creek were in Fort Dodge Sunday to celebrate the birthday of Mrs William Rusch. Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker Jr. moved into the Frank Piekarski apartments last Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Lester Baas and family, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family, Mr and Mr: Wilbur Roeber and family and Mr and Mrs Maynard Roeber an.c family gathered at the home o! Mr and Mrs Melvin Roeber Sunday evening to' celebrate the ohihdays, of Mrs Melvin Roeber and Randy, son of Mr and Mr Wilbur Roeber. Mr and Mrs Joseph Loebacl and Mr and Mrs Fern Drone anc families attended a surprise birthday dinner for Mrs John Kain, mother of the former two women, at the Johnson House Sunday noon. It was the 80th birthday of Mrs Kain. Mr and Mrs George Fandel of Algona entertained their Pinochle club Monday evening, Nick Reding and Mrs Frank Piekarski winning high, Leo Walters and Mrs Frank Foley, second high, Frank Piekarski and Mrs George Fandel, low, Marion Hyink won travel, ' Mrs, Cletus Derner entertained her Sewing club Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Arthur Elbert entertained their 500 club at their home Sunday evening- Robert Simons won high, an4 QotUeb Loebach low for the men. Mrs Melvin Henry, high-and Mrs Jtoi bert E)egan low for the -women. Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons David and Dean were Sunday evening callers at the Arthur Heidenwith home, A Iree is an object ihai will gland in one place for years, and ihen jump in front of a lady driver. On her way to bed a maid looked into her employer's room. "The master's locked up for the night, ma'am," she said. Her employer looked puzzled. "Really, Jane?" she said. "I didn't even hear him come in." "He hasn't, ma'am," explained the girl. "The police station just phoned." With the current trend toward light colored carpeting, a clean fuel IB essential. GAS comes into the home ready to burn and leaves no dirt, sool, or film on rugs, drapes and curtains'. This ' means less sweeping and general house* keeping for the homemaker. Training a child is more or less i matter of pot luck. The captain of a ship once wrote in his log. "Male was drunk today." When the mate became normal, he was terribly chagrined and angry, he pleaded with the captain to strike out the record; he declared that he had never been drunk before, that he would never drink again. But the captain said, "In this log, we write the exact truth." The next week the mate kept the log, and in it he wrote, "Captain was sober today." "Your new boy friend has jusl asked me if he may marry you, and I have given my consent," dad said. "Oh, but I couldn't possibly leave mother!" "Don't worry . . . she can go with you." Man is the only animal that can be skinned more than once. Your range is the heart of your kitchen, so why in the world not have a range that is fully auto- 1 matic. The new Universal Gas Ranges on display at the North Central Public Service in Algona have all the new features of cpn- venience that make preparing meals a pleasure for Mrs Housewife. Youth is a wonderful thing . . . what a crime to waste it on children. In New York at a fight club, one of the fans, disgusted with the lack of action in the ring, called out: "Hit him now, you bum. You got the wind with you!" A housewife sent her best colored luncheon cloth and two of the matching napkins to the laundry. They came back miserably faded, She stormed into the lawnfcy, got into line a| the so— desk, When htr fcirn the clerk informed t- iously, "Jf yw'U bring remaining nai we'll b« gla& J match the rest of ^11 - ^^,v*'P*?m ^firsl ' ilk . ^ "•, r*'

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