The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1959 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 5, 1959
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f Farewell Party > •!'!- r.:, jV|',;,jf, *.; „-.,;_ XV/''; ;i «• /•- For Family AtWhitlemore WhiHemo*a *~ Mr and Mrs fto- beft Degen, who will move to a farm northeast of Al$ona the latter-part Of this month, were pleasantly 'surprised by their neighbors Sunday evening at a fafewell parly. Cards were played. Mr Degen Winning high, Milford Elbert, i* w< ¥ rs Meiyin Henry/high, and Mrs.Arnold Fischer, low for women. A? lunch was served later in the evening, The Degens were presented with a gift, John M. f arrell returned home from the University hospital in Iowa City Tuesday-where hettm- derwent surgery, several weeks ago. ; Mr and Mrs Gerald.filbert are the parents df a son born Jan. 25 in St. Ann hospital'at Algona They now have two boys *and three girls. Mrs Myrtle Frost land family attended the funeral of her grandson at Greenville, He lived only two hours after birth. when. he was born to Mr and Mrs Conrac Satern. Mrs Satern is the former Arlene Hedin. Mr and Mrs Leroy Farrell, Mr and..Mrs George.Winkel, Mr and Mrs,La;wrettce:;Kirsch and Mr and. . Mrs Charles Bprrriann attended an eleVator convention held in, Des Moines last'lfwteek. Leonard filbert underwent surgery >at Veterans hospital in Des Moines Wednesday and returned home Friday; ; " \ Mrs ' Robert Gengler, Whittemore, and Mrs Frank Brink, Bancroft, were in Des Moine6 Tuesday t : o. be with the former's husband and" the/letter's, brother, Robert , Gengler,- who' underwent surgtry Tuesday in Veterans hospital. Mr and Mrs Rex Swanson left •Wednesday evening for St. Petersburg Florida, to. spend several weeks. visiting with;-.the • formers parents, Mr and Mts Leo Swanson. Their family are staying at the home of Mr and' Mrs Harold Opheim. * ' . Mr and Mrs William Fandel re- j turned , home ' Monday evening from Lake City where they visited since Friday "with their son, Rev. James Fandel. Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke,.Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer and Roger, Whittemore, Mr' and 'Mrs Elmer Ruhnke, ', Jeanette and • Everett, Lotts Greek, were Friday evening visitors at the home of Mrs Mathilda 'Meyer. Tuesday evening callers were Mr arid Mrs Hugo Gade, Algona, and Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Wednesday evening callers were ; Mr and-* Mrs "- Herbert Potratz and-;Dean, and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith; Sunday .guests at the homey bf Mrs Peter Fandel in honor of her •birthday were Mr and Mrs George THIS! WOM1N! Pentbn, visited at the hofne of Mr, uriLvMrv Ellsworth ,< Heidett* with FfW&Jr evening. * Rob&rt Bell, Algona, Otto Bell and Mfi Mthlida MfcW vtelled at the home of Mr ana Mrs Emil Bicrstedt Friday td celebrate Mrs Bierstedt's birthday, In a deal made last Saturday William 'Bleuer bought the small acreage in the southwest part of town frofn.Herbert Schmit. . ' Mr and Mrs George Meyer entertained a number pf relatives Sunday In nonet of Mr Meyers 95th bitthday Whj^h was Tuesda^ Present Were Mr a'nd Mm Winiatft Meyir Sfl, Mrs Mathilda- Meyeir, Mr and Mrs Arthur, H6idenwith and ,Mr and Mrs Hehtiaft Voigt and Rosella Voigt of Altfftna. Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien entertained the following v relatives Sunday evening: Mr and Mrs Clete Oliver, Emmetsburg; Mrs Nellie Van Allen,. Mr and Mrs Raymond Cook. Mrs James Allen, Mr and Mrs William Best- enlohnev, Robert and Cnthle, and Mrs Esther Benson, Algonn; and Mr and Mrs .tomes Butler of Whittemoro. Later in the evening Court Whist was played With Mrs Clete Oliver winning high and Cathie bestenlchner low priste. If sold for the value of its chemical elements, the humnn body would be worth about !)tl cents. IN APPRECIATION Upper DCS Moines Pub, Co., Algonn, Iowa Dear Sir: Thundery, F«b. 5, 194$ Algona (Itt.) Upper 04* Mafrt**~3 ' , . ,,.,,</ . .....,,.,..-„...,,-,,. „, .... . ...... ...... . ~*,.A....JiaimMti The pastor and mefnbets pi Fittt Lutheran Chufch *i«h to thank you for all publicity and other courtesies rendered during the past year. They were greatly appreciated. Sincerely First Lutheran Church Mr*. Metvln Secretary- Benjamin Franklin designed dollar made of silver, brass a pewter, beating the motto, "Mind Your Own Business," and minted in 1 778. : "Ta save tinie, make that TWO ticket*, offitgr. I'm in w» awful hurry arid I'll be speeding again on my way back!" Streit.and family, .of here.- Mr and Mrs Cletus Streit and family' of Bode, Mr • and Mrs Bqrriard Streit and family, of here, Mr and Mrs Marion Casey and daugh- ers, LuVerne, Ellen Hutchinson, Bancroft and,ftBetty;iLammers of •Graettinger. •>•'". : . '.-» Mr and. Mrs William Meyer Jr., and family, Whittemore, and Mr, and Mrs (Reinhard Behnke, AK "gona, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke in honor of their daughter, Susan, on her eighth birthday". Monday Mrs-Behnke had four of Susan's friends ' after school for a birthday party, Including Sussan JenSon,,, Connie Gilmore, Marcia Bauer 1 arid Marcia 'Zat- loukal. ' Mr and Mrs Theodore Bierstedt and Mr and Mrs Reinhold Ostwald, • Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Willis Woodwick, Algona, Mrs Nettie Miller, Mr and Mrs Arthur Mathers and Mr and Mrs Ray- •mo'nd Zweilfel, Fenton, helped. 'Mr and Mrs Ortwin Tietz celebrate • their birthday' Sunday, night. •' j , Mr and '• Mrs Reinhard Zumach were at Lone Rock Sunday evening to celebrate the birthday of a nephew Arthur Zumach near Lone Rock. Mrs Daniel Foley entertained a number of ladies last'Friday afternoon in' honor of her fsister, Mrs, on her birthday. Cards were played. Mrs George S. Elbert won high, Mrs James Bisenius, low, and Mrs P. J. Dahlhauser travel. Mrs Harold; Heinrich and Mrs Rosendahl ;were 'hostesses to a •group"'.of teenagers- at" the Hein^ Tich home. Friday evening. The evening was spent playing games and prizes were awarded to Mary Behnke, Kay Frances Rosendahl, Nan6y Walker, Everett Maahs, Hank Ewold, Danny Gilmore and Allen Zimmerman. Refreshments were served. Mr and Mrs Donald Hulburt, FEBRUARY NOW i \* Sunbeam Bread HAS IOWA BUTTER Added to The Shortening SILICONS STRETCH-ON ALUMINUM COVER • Fh* ad 54-Inch boards* • Sllleone cover ha* stretch-on elastic edge) moisture and scorch ' resistant; cleans on board with damp cloth. • Pad h double* thick, water* . tepellent. IRONING BOARD DOUBLE-THIOC\ PAD Pad & Cover Set REGULAR PRICE n.49 NOW ONLY... HARDWARE ALGONA THE AMAZING NEW ADDIATOR MACHINE only $3*98 A pockot size, featherweight, /fast, noiseless, precision machine. Quickly adds AND subtracts to one million. Made of sturdy, aluminum. Simple, easy to operate! DOLLAR DAYS SPECIAL WITH EACH ADDIATOR SOLD FREE — 5 Deluxe Ball Point Pens - 15 EXTRA INK CARTRIDGES . i i (5 different colors) ADDIATOfe IN BRASS - $4,98 DELUXE MODEL -$7.50 DESK & OFFICE MODEL ADDING MACHINES FROM $89.50 at the THE FAMILY STORE THAT'S FUN TO SHOP Upper Des Moines Office Supply Dept. Co. Across From New City Parking Lot Algona, Iowa BE SURE TO BRING IN YOUR UDM DIMES FROM THE FRONT PAGE DOORS OPEN at Braided Oval Rugs SHARP! BE WISE... BE EARLY Rayon Panel Curtains First quality chromspun panels; 30 X 81-in. Available in white ft and colors. & for Traditional oval rugs, 18 x 30. Wide variety of colors.Rever- sible, washable. COAT SCOOP FRIDAY & SATURDAY! Compelling Savings in Every Department Choose from Meltpn wools with hoods — Wool Interlining. Women's Long Coats $10 All-Wool Coats — Choose From Tweeds and Solids. IRONING PAD AND COVERS. 54-inch cover, steam or dry ironing. Satin, scorch resistant, triple coated, insulated foam cover. No washing required. >___-.—: ''- 4. -$1 PLA|D SHEET BLANKETS. Soft, fluffy-nap cotton blankets in fresh, clear plaids. Overlocked, stitched ends. Size 60 X 76. Washable, - "- '- : >*• —--•—' .___$! HEMMED DISH TOWELS. Perfect, bleached and hemmeU dishtowels. Overloek stitching prevents raveling, Completely lintless. Stock up at this price! _„____.,__— „__— 5 for $1 GIRLS' STRETCH ANKLETS, All nylon cuff-top anklets for womfen and girls -r stays up and fits perfectly. Fine ribbing, Two sizes fit 6 to 8% and 9 to 11. ——,r~-^ „„•—,-,— 3 for $1 WOMEN'S SRUN-LO BRIEFS. Smooth fitting rayon knit briefs made for maximum comfort, Will not bind, White, Sizes fit 5 to 8, __—_——— ^-^- - 2 for $1 WHITE OUTING FLANNEL ~ $ DAY SPECIAL , $1 SOFA PILLOWS, Buttons and fringe -™r-7'TIT '*' EVENTAN PANELS, Little' or no ironing. Controlled Shrinkage size 40 X 81 _—^,r--———— —— -T- fl CHENILLE SPREAD. Full-or»Twin Size „—, ^ ,- J * INFANTS TRAINING PANTS .,._-,-> ,— 5 for |1 INFANTS RfCEIVING BLANKETS, Teasty Warm 3 for $2 GIRLS ILOUSIS. Colors and white. Sizes 7 to 14, ,— '•40 PR, OF WOMENS BETTIR SHOES, Flats and heels, BOYS SWEATSHIRTS, Sizes P to 14. Assorted Colors. „—„.. BQYSIWI iliANS. S«nforj^/ ruggtidl denim. Sizes 4 to l?^ r , *M1NS PANNAS GLOVES. 8 oz| tqwgh wearing 5 for i white cHshlon silt 5ox. Just right far work or iport. - VALUE BUY J Versatile Cotton f Blouses , Casual blouses with roll- up or *hc-rf sleeves. In loft cotton broadcloth; stripes, prints and solid colors, 32 to 38. Women's House Dresses Quality percales, gay prints. Zipper and button fronts,. Step-in styles. 12 to 20; 16V4 to 24%. Women's Neck Scarfs Softest chiffons or dressy crepes . . . square or oblong shapes . . . vivid solid colors or gayest prints. SENSATIONAL A VALUES I L for Big Blanket Buy The "Fantasy" for year round comfort. Rayon "for beauty Nylon for strength and Orion for warmth, 8" Binding — Select from Beautiful Plaids & Blends Stretch Hose Helanca stretch all nylon yarns, Wear longer, stays up and one size fits all. Light and dok 3,, r $1 patterns. Women's Jewelry Smart additions to your wardrobe! Selection includes bracelets, earrings, necklaces, pins in sparkling stones, gold or A silver. M for Boys' Corduroy Slacks Thick-set corduroy in fancy splash patterns and stripes. Double-knee, side elastic waist, Charcoal, brown, blue. 4 to SPECIAL PURCHASE! Ultra Sheer MADE TO SELL FOR MUCH MORE All perfect quality! Sheerest full-fashioned beauty in flattering shades. Sizes 3'/z to 11. Buy Several pairs and savel Kitchen Terry Towels For $ Lustre-dry fringed towels in assorted colors and prints. 18 X 30. 12. $3 Men's Flannel Shirts Sanforized cotton suede flannel, softly napped, features dress type collar. Assorted plaids ahd stripes. Small to A large. for Men's Hankerchiefs Large, full cut white cotton hankies with a '/4-inch hem, Stock yp on them o| this Dollar Days iA low pricel __ for EXCEPTIONAL BUY! Girls' Lined Popular slit-leg styling with plaid belt and pocket trim, In cotton sateen, full flannel lined. Red, black and assorted plaids. 7 io 14. Wool or Corduroy Slacks Washable slacks in bright plaids or solid colors, Fully lined ji^ytfyi^jyyyyi,)^

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