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

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1959
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''.evening, ' Ltrthe«!ft>- Voutfg.- Adult ^JMto^v th* toutth, Lttftchebh ffefteftiB& 'are- Mr 1 imd MiS 1 Etfgene. Meyef and enter- tiifcrHeht 13 In charge of JMr and tttdc Reittiers. President gfbui) is Ed'Smith Jr.; . president,,,,Harold , Reimers secretary, -.Eunice, Meyer Ahy young adtilt, -niarried or sk|ie, is.cotdially invited to at tefld. these meetings. * , * ' j~, ___ Parents of Son ' ; ' ; Mr afid Mrs . Darwin Koepk ^re"? parents of 0 a son born Feb 8th at St. Ann hospital. The babj Weighed S pounds and 5 "has a brother, (Gregory to welcome him Mf"attd Mrs Floyd Koepke an grandparents , and 'Mrs August is a great grandmother. ift iofts gltfen by eif, followed by a progr am on 'New 'Horizons fotvufiited Pres- byteriaft,lfi the tfSA* gifoten by women of \the gfoiM HJoitesses were ,,Mrs. Don jft&ftettoft,'. Mrs Gebrgi-, Patterson, &fft C. M. Gross ahd Mrs Alvjft AMfeasen. Methodist Circles ,«<rf this week Wednesday m follow. Rose — L 4 edna LoVstad afid Ella Sigsbee, at the letter's home. Tulip-Hostess Velma Cook;, Devotions Marion Westling. Liiy — , with Mary Jean Andrews, Mary Baer assisting; devotions , — Ethe Smith and a special program by Jenny Riebhoff. * % Birihda* Honoring har birthday, Si members of 'the Happy Birthday Club went to the .home Of Mrs Mayme Schrader on , Saturday for a social afternoon. Mrs Sch rader received ,a g|it, This i a recently' organized "cltib which meets hear each birthday-, date Present at Mrs Schrader's tvera Beula^Batt, Irma Doege, Lotti Ella %ibee ^ and ' Vtffl as (Steffc Algona. f>afiy •.find &!rs B. I. filler, Mr Mrs Harold Reimers and lift" With Mr and Mr! Bavin 1 Jifflel Md -Lestea Dam at- jrtW'4 faftiiiy farew&H ftaity at the ttarlaft Baltemafi homo Whlttemore Buftdatf «ve- Gtlfets presfent were the Militate and the Sefflard _ .tars,. &lg«m4. 'The Balgemans are fnovhig" to a teeently pur chased farm near Lyle, Minn. ,Mr and Mrs Lance .Riebhoff were Sunday visitors at the H<?r- man Wertjes home and with Mr and Mrs Hetgeson, .Bricelyn Minn.'The -women are sisters. f |>ast<-Matems, Cliib was enter- taihed dtthe.home-of ,Mfs fi. P EfladerSckson Thursday, with Mrs F. L. Pratt and Mrs Meiftzer 1 as sisting hostesses. A dessert lunch eon was served and the program Was in charge of Neil Dremm and Huby Hinckley* ' Postmaster and Mrs K. J. Smitl left Tuesday for a fortnight staj in Hot Springs, Arkansas. " Mr and Mrs J.»L. Miller arc en Thunday, Feb. 19, 1959 Algdne do.) Uppar Oe» Moln«*-5 .-., \.. ..,.».v..' 1..J... --,.-.-1 -. .-*h > tf'' rt t * :.-..-- toute to Rursttimeade, New Jltscy. by way of St. Louis, New Olleans and other interesting points Before you/start feeding a tob-blg '59 cai\,. c ee the '59 Rambler 1) Save more than ever on first cost, gas, upkeep You've seen the others grow in size and price— now see how much-more'you can save with Rambler. Hundreds on first cost. New gas economy. Top resale. Easiest parking. Personalized Comfort: sectional sofa front seats glide back and forth individually. Go Rambler 6 or V-8,- RAMBLER AMERICAN STATION WAQON Save $500'on F/nf Coif $500 less than other leading low-priced wagons. Based on a comparison 'of published manufacturer suggested prices. Full 5 passenger room. " DAU'S GARAGE, 125 s. DODGE BEAUTY SALONS JOIN IN REMINDING YOU THAT . . . lYOU ALWAYS LOOK YOUR BEST WITH... i?j? '•>> Feb. Is"Natl. Beauty .Month" 'sssrsMf/sss^s/r/ssssM'/s/^^ ELVA'S BEAUTY SALON Overmeyer Drive -' • Mrs Deb Hall, Owner and Operator «v •«?/ MODERNISTIC BEAUTY SHOP 501 South Dodge • •• - Call CY 4-4492 STATE BEAUTY SHOP 110 East Kennedy , Call CY 4-3]27 TWIN-CO. BEAUTY SALON TOO West Call Call CY 4-2221 8V? Nor,fh Ppdge Call CY 4-2163 SEE YOUR etfst. ThSy will visit IHe soh and jfatftilyi Mr and Mrs Uawrence Millet and children sn Sew Jersey. Mrs Mergamt Hofiniaster, AV gona, Was a weekend guest at Ihc Lee ^rptt hdme, She was o dlhner ' guest at ' K, .t. Smiths Saturday. Among those ffom Butt attending the Conceft in Emm6ta- bu'rg Sunday afterrioon wore Mrp K. J. Smith, Miss Ruth Hodgson. Miss Esther, Hodgeon, Mrs A. H. Mninzer, Mr and Mrs Howard MeMullen, Mrs M. I. Liditcr and Mrs Russell Patterson and Kathy. • Kenneth Hawcott had be having the Chicken-pox ahd wa out of school. Others nro J Smith and Howard Batt Jr. Mrs VanSteenbergo of Algona and Lottie Isenbei'ger were SUn day afternoon cnllers at tH© August X. Pctersen home Si Swea City. ' *'* Mrs Louis Riedel received word recently of the death of "an uncle, Paul .Schneider, of Ortonville, Minn. Mr Schneider, who lived alone, was fatally burned in a house fire. The late Mrs Henr£ Dacken was a sister as was Emily Heidenwith and Cardline Geilen*- fcldt and F v rank Schneider, a brother. Mrs Roland Lavrenz and children spent Sundny with th<? former's parents., Mr and Mrs Wm Otto, in Fort Dodge. Others there were Karen Lavrenz and Dennis Krai of Cedar Falls, nnd the Tom Williamsons. nnd ,Tay Hoppus 12 to the Hurt total, while Hansen led Boone Valley with 19. Hurt won the B-gnmt 1 , 21-20, as Loroy Davis and Koith MilcheH each counted five points. Sands, Lindhorst Rack Pin Honors Russ Sands and Lavon Lind- liorst altared honors nl Algona, Lanes this week. Sands topped the men keglers with n "223 line, while Mrs Lindhorst led the women with H 189 total. Other women over *1(>0 wcro Marge lllg 189, Phyllis Snydor Ui7, lrm« Doe Cook 1«1, Elaine Vcra 100, Charlotte Baldwin 171, Uoide Ferguson 170, Lnvonno Pillinnn 169, Lucile Slonicker 1G5. Pat Gilbride 162 and Ruby Mur- ,tha 1«2. Burt Loses In 67-65 Overtime Boone Valley of Renwick-registered a 07-65 overtime win 'over Burt at'BUrt'''Friday night. The teams were tied, 61-61, al the end of regulation tinie. Boone Valley took a 15-7 lead in the first period and -held the upper hand, 33-30 s at the hall despite the 'scoring efforts oi Wayne Christenseti of "the Bears , 'The winners .'trkiled, 47-46, a he end of the third period and .he teams were knotted when the 'inal buzzer sounded;, . Christensen wound' up with 2[ pbints.' Hadley' Castor added 14 NOW Sunbeam Bread HAS IOWA BUTTER Added to The Shortening x "We Iowa farmers can see In our own bank accounts tlio steady boost to farm income given By America's brewing industry. In fact, this great industry is now ono of our best customers. Last year it bought over $240,000,000,00 worth of farm products* Corn, which heads Iowa's list of cash crops, also heads the list as the No. 1 cereal adjunct used in making beer. Nor is that all » • • "Not only farmers, but the entire state benefits from the a^ecl income buUt from tho sale and distribution of beer. For example, the indus* try's $30,000,000,00 a year Iowa payroll, and ils $27,000,000.00 a year general business expenditures. Yea, we can all say . t * UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION-IOWA DM5ION-8U LIBERTY BtDO.-DES^OlNES, A Picture Of Goorge, On A Dollar Bill, Will Get You Any One Of Those Terrific Values At Gambles This Friday and Saturday! 9" EXTENSION 1.25 Value Protects chrome , against exhaust corro- / sion. Fits most cars. IIWBJ &.. HOBBY OILER Regularly 1.29 Pistol type action, long spout for oiling hard to reach places. 4-oz. FOR 4-5167 8" PLIERS 1.50 Value Artisan csombination slip-joint pliers. Drop forged; chromed. Regularly 1.30 CLOTHES LINE Weather worthy Lady Helen plastic line wipes clean in a jiffy; 50-ft. hank* COOKIE SHEET Regularly 1.25 Heavy Wearever aluminum browns evenly. 15'/jxl2 inches. 19-304 19-5336 „ 7-PC. JUICE SET, «|! Regularly 1.29 :i ll|f Attractive fruit deco- ff rated set includes ** chiller, 6 glasses. 21-8430 13-2721 If',"' 12 Ft. STEEL TAPE 1.50 Value Artisan push-pull type in chromed case. Graduated 16ths. Vj" wide. I3-SOI3 ' FOR 1.77 VA SPONGES First quality cellulose, handy large size for car, home or farm. Pastel colors. M880 STORAGE SET .Regularly 1.29 ^Sr^H, Heatproof ivory glass- ^f&'l ware. Two jars 4x4"; 1 jar 4x8"; with covers. 21 9531 1" NYLON BRUSH Regularly 1.29 Best quality 100% Ty- nex nylon bristle vulcanized in rubber. 30-920 RANGE SET Regularly 1.49 Apple design salt and jC^.*: P e PPer shakers with fUll ; matching covered jar. |||||^J|||, J. 21-9586 DAIRY PAIL 1,25 Value Extra heavy bottom, bright tin-plate finish 13-quart capacity, FOR 98-4020 POCKET KNIFE Regularly 1,10 Cattlemen's knife has 3 high carbon steel blades, plastic handle, 1.20 VALUE FEEDERS Efficient 24" chick feeder of heavy galvanized steel, Flanged edge reduces waste . CAKE PLATE ' 1.39 Value \ i Handsome 13-inch milk __—, white servln 9 P late b y ililjllplips^ii' ! .'j;! famous Anchorglass ®- Illiliiiiiililiiiililf'' ' «•»<» iliJiijiiipipiliiiiiiiiiilHiJiii.ri',,, PUST MOP Regularly 1.29 /, li-4360 < <• L^^A 5*C ,«3#. *<*%& ',' FLASHLIGHT 1.25 Value Rubber cushioned jn« dustriaj 2-ce|| flashlight, |U« cells) I7-47JQ f \ *' ' 1.50 VALUE SAW BUDES Priced tp save yow Val 10-inch Tungsten steel hack sjw.bjga'esj 24 tooth, FOR fin" m PISH PAN , Regularly 1«^,^ '$f\\ Ninf-Qvart whlttRQr^ Vft ! ce | a i n enamel pan with red trim. Seamless, fiiist is«i:)l in;;:: IPi 13-553

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