The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1959 · Page 22
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(la.) Upp*r Be* Molntt Thursday, Feb. 5, 1959 Ladder Slips, LakotaMan Fractures Arm Lakoia — Saturday morning, Jack Reisdorfer, while working in ihe shop of th6 J. E. Ukena Co., had the misfortune to have a ladder he was standing on slip from URder him, throwing him to the cement floor. He sustained a fracture of the left arm and was taken to the hospital at Buffalo Center where he will have to Fri., . Feb. 6 Andy Doll And the Ridge Riders S&t., - Feb. 7 Al Noyce & Orch. Rudd Amvels Partial ~Tues., "* stay for several days until a can be ^ut oil. Creamery Beard Me! A meeting of the Gerttiainia creamery board was held Saturday. Two new members were elected to the board, namely, Louis Price of Lakota and Clarence Attig of Woden. Roland Smith, Jr., was re-elected president of the board and Mrs Donald Koppen elected secretary. Library Open Mondays At a recent meeting of the Lakota library board it was decided to keep the library open Monday afternoons, Bruised In Fall Thursday afternoon Elsie Baum had the misfortune to have one of her crutches slip, causing .her to fall to the floor. She sustained a very painful bump in one knee and numerous other bruises. School Conferences Meld Supt. John W. Cook reports thai the attendance at the Parent-Teacher conferences for high school students was considerably higher than a year ago. In the conference held January 20, 67 per cent of the parents were present, while last year only 20 cent attended. Feb. 10 Holy Family Athleiic Benefit . Jules .Herman And His Orchestra per Broiher-In-Law Dies Mr and Mrs W. E. Ley received word this week of the death of Thomas S. Waud at Sherman Oaks, California. Mr Waud was EACH SUNDAY AT THE ALGONA HOTEL COFFEE SHOP HOURS: 6 a.m.—11 p.m. Monday thru Saturday 6 a.m.—2:30 p.m. Sunday Delicious Food Graciously Served a brother-fn-ltfw ttf Mrs Ley. " Mr/attd Mrs Steri Paulson and amity and her father, Walter J. Leslie, were Sunday guests in the William Coombes home at Fairmont for a birthday party in honor of Brenda Coombes arid Gary Coombes who were three and two years old. Mr and Mrs H. D. Mussmaft were Sunday afternoon visitors in he R; C. Kiester home in Mason City. Mrs C. C. Rippentrop had as ^uests Sunday evening in honor of her daughter Linda's 6th birthday, Mrs J. E. Telcamp. Mr and Wfrs Andrew Jansen, the ,AlVln lippentrops of Titonka and Mr md Mrs O. M. Rippentrop of 3uffalo Center. Saturday evening guests at the Mussel Winter home to help him celebrate his birthday were Mrs Dena Boekelman and Henrietta, Mr and Mrs Harry Boeckelman and Earl, all of Algeria, olden Wedding Observed Mr and Mrs John H. Winter observed their golden wedding anniversary February 1, Open louse for relatives and friends was held in the Congregational church at Buffalo Center, Sunday dinner guests at the John A. Dorenbusn home were Mr and Mrs Harlan Hertzke and Kent of Buffalo Center. Dr. 'and Mrs H. H. Murray spent Sunday with their sonland Nelson At Detroit School wef e May ttff Wilson Bfaefc, Wednesd&y mondBwKlf Jorfte'w Mrs ttowafd-Cyphers of Thornpson. • ' ,, , birthday dm the La4r6nt f ihe bit th* C6ffl5ie welcomed, by Dean T. O. McLaughliri :ai Sunday guests at the Andrew Jensen's were Mr and Mrs Earl Goodnow and son of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Arnold Karels of Frost; Minnesota and Mrs C, C. Rippentrop and daughters of La- kota.v " , .- ' *> Beyerly Sunde and .Luella Price, who are attending Mankato Commercial College, spent the weekend at the homes of their parents. jEdwin, Steenhard, Lakota rural mail carrier attended the Kossuth County Rural Mail Carriers meeting,' which was held Thursday at ,Burt with Mr and Mrs Pat McGuire as hosts. '. Mr and Mrs Roger Thompson School in Detroit, He is one of ,<a.group of strudents selected by the automobile-company for a special-six-week course in .modern merchandising and management. • ' • l ' Eugene Hood, Algona, la. FmrtkDrpessler, Bancroft/la. Alphons Berte, Bode, la. Earl Elbert, Whittemore, la. ' Homer.^Mtthie^h'IN'ntSn lav were hosts Monday evening, to her parents, Mr and, Mrs, L,, Ai Meyer, Mr and Mrs Roger Meyer and Mrs Ronald Meyer. They helped Kevin Thompson celebrate his 3rd birthday. Mr and Mrs Louis N. Hanson, former Lakota residents, will be honored on their golden wedding anniversary February 8. Open house/will be held at the First Methodist church at Blue Earth. Tuesday guests iat the William Bauman home were ."Mr and Mrs Jphri Eis&ihauer Of Buffalo Center." Mrs Harlan Kruse entertained KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE AS':V ; < • ' -j SEMBLY ROOM OF FEB. 11 AT 10 A.M. li VI IIP hi Chevus the car thafs wanted Some of the valuable things that make a C&evy so rewarding to otm? r w> I!,' SLIMLINE D^SJGN-fresh; fine and fashionable with a practical slant. ROOMIER BODY BY FISHER— more width for seating comfort, more luggage space, plus that famous Fisher Body soundness. MAGIC-MIRROR FINISH-a. new type that keeps its shine without waxing or polishing for up to three years. SWEEPING NEW OVERHEAD CURVED WINDSHIELD- and bigger, windows—all of Safety Glaas, NEW, BIGGER BRAKES-tieeper drums with better cooling for safer stopping and up to 66% longer life. HI-THRIFT 6-up to 10% more miles per gallon, improved normal-speed performance, VIM-PACKED m-eight to choose from, with compression ratios ranging up to 11.25 to 1. FULL COIL S USPENSION- further refined for a smoother, steadier ride on any kind of road. EASY-RATIO STEERING-brinea you reduced wheel-turning effort, new' ease of handling. TRIPLE* TURBINE TURBOGLIDE, POWER. GLIDE AND LEVEL AIR suspension head a full list of extra-cost options that 'make for happier driving. > m fl?K & •Kfi :>' "S f^;<r ' XI ',' ,i '» k^ "• f V • Hi\'< ii * the following teachers at a coffee § arty Tuesday afjter school: Mr6 edell " Bishop, Elenor Olson; ,Mary Jane Leonard and Mrs Frances Deim. Guy E. Raney of Livermore was a Sunday guest at the home of his sister and family, the V. A. Barretts. ' Mr -and Mrs A. C. Schissel entertained Mr and Mrs H. D. Sidles and Dr. and Mrs Ellsworth of Estherville" Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs W. D. Ley were guests Saturday at the Ed Mott home in Des Moines. Mrs Mott •will be remembered here as the former Faustine Heetland. • Dr. and Mrs I. G. ,Groff spent the weekend visiting his father and wife Dr. C. Groff, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. -i Saturday guests at the I. E. Wortman home were Mr arid Mrs L W. E. Carlson of Des Moines. ',. Mr and Mrs James Meurer, Bruce and Jan were guests at .the "Clarence Zellmer home in Amboy, Minn., Sunday. Mrs Meurer's mother, Mrs Frieda Zellmer, Lewisville, Minn.j returned home 'with trem.for a wek's yisit. Mr. and Mrs A. C. Schissel were guests Tuesday evening at a sur- .prise birthday party in" Armstrong, honoring. Mrs L. E. v Slaba.. , Gutknecht, Gus Potthoff ?>and J., E. Smith left Thursday ^morning for a trjp to the -west They plan to go to Califpr- first where they will visit {"relatives and friends. Mrs Jasper Steenhard received ord this week that her S9n, John tSteenhard of Swea City is a pat- iient at the Estherville hospital swhere he. had undergone surgery last Saturday. {;• Monday evening guests at the *J. W. Cook home were Judy Eic- 'hbrn,' Donna Paulson and Mari; lyn Ripperttrop. / • Paula Buckels left Friday night ;for St. Paul where she will, visit Jfor several weeks. I Monday evening callers "at 1 the .'Robert Ogren home were Mr and 'Mrs Marvin Kienitz and daughter JCynthia of Winnebago, Minnesota. ' . William: Kienitz, who has not jbeen well of late, was taken, to 'the Mercy hospital in Mason City ^Wednesday for observation and ,treatment. .; The Acorn club met Thursday afternoon at the home of-Mrs J. !E. Ukena. Mrs V. A. Barrett gave "a book report and Mrs C. A. 'Gutkenecht gave an article, r Tht regular meeting of the. Lakota Lads 4-H club was held at jthe home of Elaine Steinberg January 21. Inserts for next year's Record books were handed., out $nd the keeping' of, record books «Vas explained to the new mem- ;bers, and they were given their ;record books. ' . ^ A. E. Anderson of Lakota is :;ohce again a member of the Top club of the Prudential Insurance Company. ^Friday evening, Mr and Mrs Carlyle Gerzema and Mr and Mrs E. J. Johnson of Buffalo Center :were at the William Kienitz home n observance of Mr and Mrs Kie- iitz', 28th wedding anniversary, Mr and Mrs Melvin Olson and cms of St. Paul were Friday over- flight guests at the parental Lee Oison home. Dr. and Mrs John Lundquist, Ann Robinson and Mrs H. H. 4 *tv oddtt»o» to Gkaift lux~tte beautiful Bel Air l-Door Sport of nxxtete atyour local atrthorized Chevrolet V M "'V&? ' ; ''' £>tfr -,f^ W • if A-,- , 1 TO * 108 S, HAH. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO i ALOONAJOWA 4.3554 \. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA FRIDAY, FEB. 6 Frank Buhr SUNDAY, FEB. 8 Henry Charles No Dances During Lent Except St. Patrick's Dance, Man Advgnct Reservption* Open ot 8:30 DEKALB —Planted by More Farmers for J9 straight Years than any other Corn NICKELSo TA , I A M O N D S I 1—Free Ticket To Star Hollar Rink With Each $2.99 Case! 2—Free Tickets To Star Roller Rink With Each $3.99 Case! SKATE CASES EACH WITH A FREE TICKET TO: THE STAR ROLLER RINK I plus, tax plus lax BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS Values io -$2.98. pick! Sizes 6-18. Take your BOYS' OR GIRLS' WASHABLE REVERSIBLE JACKETS I Values To $4.85. — Sizes 8-20. S2.99 MEN'S LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS I Values lo $6.95. See for your- Vself. S-M-L-XL. - , ' I ALL 2.98 LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS NOW ONLY MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS I AND SPECIAL GROUP OF SPORt SHIRTS Regular Values To $3.95. BOYS' JACKETS AND COATS PARKAS, NYLON Washables, Suburbans, Regular Values to $14.95 in a full range.of boy's sizes ! • OUT THEY THERMAL UNDERWEAR Warmth without bulk. Regular $3.69 Value. , $2.49 Tops or Bottoms S4.75 SUIT "' SWEAT SHIRTS White in sizes L and XL only. COTTON CUSHION SOLE SOX Regularly 69c per pair. PRS. $1.98 INSULATED "DACRON" , UNDERWEAR Come & Get 'Em Specials! Men's Dress Jackets,. Goafs, Nylons, Parkas, Su- edes, Leathers! Check these prices for spectacular, savings! Values to $18.95. Sizes 36-46. NOW ONLY .... $4.93 - $6.71 ,93 -$14.99 Extfa-Exlra-Exlra Special BOYS'& WENS' ODDS & ENDS JACKETS. Huge table chock full of goodies I All sales final. Values To $10.95. • V S4.91 ENGINEER BOOTS Sizes 6-12. A regular $10.95 Value. Diamond's Price . . . S7.99 Sizes Al . . THERMO SOX 9'/z-12. Terrific Value I PR. 3 PC. LUGGAGE SET Completely • lined. Regularly I $21.88. NOW ONLY £ PLUS TAX SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Values io $4.95,,; in all sizes. Your Choice UNIFORM PANTS Regularly $3.69 and $2.98. Not all sizes. Sale priced at only . . NYLON T-SHIRTS, SHORTS or BRIEFS Regularly 59c each. NOW ONLY 2 "R $1.00 Regularly $15.99. Dries in minutes. Sale priced at only ,. PER SET 3E&CO SPIN OUTFITS Reg, $12.9$ VALUE TREMENDOUS LUGGAGE BUYS 4USTARRIVEP OVER 500 PIECES TO CHOOSE FROM 1 $10,95 SHOCK, . PROTECTED] JEWELED WATCHES $8.95 plus tax

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