The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1959 · Page 8
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^ ' »-Alg6na Oo.) Upp*r DM Moln«> Thurtday/Mafth t, 1959 il.» V * t S V. ^.* &*.*t --- "-^ .f.-*. ?—-... ^ ^.,fc..i._ j jft j ._ -^-t -.«-—.^^^/...^.^.m Algona Upper Oe* Melnes FARM SALE CALENDAR Complete farm sale advertising service at the Algona Upper pes Moines, including advertisip& bills, radio-spots if desired, and free auction listing. If bad weather forces sale postponement, your ad re-run without chargfc for new sale date under our original "weather insurance'* guarantee. See us for early sale dates. Mar. S, Thursday — Ray Banwart farm sale. Complete line of machinery, 1000 chicken$. West Bend, 2 east on blacktop, % south. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers. Iowa State Bank of West Bend, clerk. Mar, 7, Saturday — Dairy Sale, Harold Wehrspann, Fenton, 2 south, J /4 west WhJ^temore Corner, 7 north, % west. 15 close springing heifers, 85 Hblstein heifers. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers. First Trust & Savings • bank, Fenton, clerk. March 11, Wednesday — Melvin J. Faber sale at farm located 3 north "and 1V4 west of Burt, or 4M> south and 1% west of Bancroft. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, clerk. Sale details to. ,day. March 18, Wednesday — John R, Thompson sale, 4 east of Burt on black -top, and first place north. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Burt Savings Bank, clerk. Sale details next week. March 24, Tuesday — Community Sale in Fenton, Iowa. Anyone having items he wishes to list may do so by contacting any business man in Fenton before February 28. Get your listing in early so we may advertise it. Moxley Honored William Moxley, son of Mr'and Mrs Merle Moxley, Algona; has been elected president of the Drake University- chapter of Phi Delta Delta, social fraternity. Moxley is a senior in the Drake college of liberal 1 arts and is majoring In pre-law.' Bode F.F.A. Unit f i* , " nt r **-' ml i * ~ t Host To Parents Qttosen — Twin Rivers Future Farmersiof America organization ,of Bode Oft Feb.« 24 held* a Father and Mother Night. There were 30 parents present. 'The chapter asked' their honorary member, •Alvin C. Leuthauser to proclaim the week of February '21-28''a*s national F.F.A. weelc. Mr Edward Anderson, auctioneer, was honored by the chapter for h& en- coufagetnent And support of Iha organization and w$ F.F.A. officers conferred the honorary chapter Farmer degree on hfifci The F.F.A." boys entertained their parents with teveral demonstrations as follows: Jim Thacker, Russell Larson, Edward Malmin, Steve Williams, Hugh Mackintosh and John Olson demonstrated parliamentary procedure in conducting a public meeting. , Phil Gjerstad and Jim Thacker demonstrated welding. Dick Ehrhardt, Hafley Moore, Don Newton and Don Crbssley demonstrated adjusting & tractor plow. Steve Williams, John Olson, Edward Malm in and Russell Laf- son demonstrated making rope and knots. Kent Schultz and Mike Watson, greenhand members, said the F.F.A. Creed. Ken Sch- iwendemann demonstrated a voca- tloftftl agriculture discussion oft r Jtefel Fly and hb^r to conlrdl Phil Gjerstad explained the history and operation of the FTA organization. Injured Driver is Flown Virgil Sbackelford, 46, Algona truck driver, was returned to this area in McCullough's air ambulance Sunday, Wayne Johnson, Algona airport manager, and Mrs Shackelford flew to Pittsburgh Saturday and took Mf Shackelrord to Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge where he will be a patient for an indefinite period, Mr ShackelfQrd, a driver for ; Western Buyers here, suffered fractures of the left hip and leg Jan. 28 in a truck crash near Jeanette, Pa. BLESS RUSK and Our 4-H Guests This Weekend You'll find the "hospitality door" open at always at the Rusk Drug store this week. Whether your Heeds for photographic equipment, are drugs, prescriptions, cosmetic* or gift items, you can find them hero, Stop in and say hello this week. , .HnW"W"H'*H'i*ii1^4-H"H'H'l'I- WELCOME to the Grant Go-Getters BLESS RUSK In our < store this Saturday will be representatives of the Grant Go-Getter girl's 4-H club. They'll have a display here and President Beverly Wsterbury and Vlco-prosl- dent Mary Gibson (pictured at left) will be hero to explain their display and club work. Support 4-H Work and visit their , Displays Saturday. at IOWA StAT£ Bank! Harold Gilmore Roy McMahon Ed Gilmore Gordon Hall ?• , A Special Invitation to Newcomers to"TOL/R"Our New Bank Building! MANY FAMILIES have moved into this trade area since we held the Grand Qpening of our new quarters. To you we extend q special invitation to visit us at any time, so we can .give you a personal tour through our building and explain our banking facilities to you. WE WANT TO GET BETTER ACQUAINTED WITH ALL OF THE PEOPLE IN.OUR AREAl WELCOME 4-H'ers WE ARE boosters of 4-H activities in Kossuth County/so here's a special WELCOME to a|l< the 4»H boys and girls who will be in Algona Saturday. The IRVJNGTON IDEAUS club will be in our bank Saturday ;,to display its project, to the public. Mary J, Arndorfer of Algona is president (pictMred at left), and Judy Frideres, also of Algona, is vice president, Both girls will >'be our quests on 4-H day Saturday. f , „ t t • owa State Bank L,r^^^r .^ff ^r ^^^1^^ .^ ^^Pl^ ™ ^^^r^ ,^| ^pp^ ^l^^^r t^^^r^m WB M ^ ^Bfc Visit us «t owr new Bank Building en Stete Street ^-•<-^•^\ i ,. . . . m ^,^^LLL^ 'fyf I* IP *ir • TT U K • • £ I 1 *! .Iwl IS'Iti P. . p. Si K -i '%J? IT'S TIM| : • U • « * * * * * * i t • Chei Williams THE BOYS AT THE ... And It's Time Far You To ;,, "Howard Sita^Jn |,; • BoTb^Williaina The New Spring Fashions For Men! NOW ON OUR RACKS A BRILLIANT SELECTION OF LATEST •HWM ,-ft HM.W^H ^™«" ^^^ -^^^ ^^M^^ -^^i^»- , -*^^»- —~*~~- i ' • * S < • - , • >, ' • With Easter 'coming early this year the Hjitt* act ed accordingly' and.orde*4d,new Spring lines in, plenty of timo for you to shop'leisurely for that hew Easter, suit. C < pme4n' 1 and browse during-Get Acquainted Week. You'll find exactly the suit you want in bur new Spring "slinvlines —^ complete selection, including flannels for the younger men and long wearing, t ough as nails worsteds for the mature business man. You'll Also Want To Get Acquainted With These Handsome Accessories For Your Easter Wardrobe! • VAN HEUBEN Wash-N-Wear Dress Shirts. • New : WEMBLEY Neckwear For Spring. FREEMAN Shoes For Men. © LEE Or DOBBS Hats. SWANK Jewelry. v. BIG NEWS FOR BOYS > )•' },,.-» ; , v , '' •• ' ' > ; * i - ,'' Here they] are I Dozens of styles in boys' sports coals/in cuts and patterns , just like dad's.Ariy young man, from 6 to 20 will head up the Easter Parade if he is 'Wearing a new sports coat selected; from the racks' at the Hub. Tweeds, plaids, stripes, and other patterns in long wearing, shape retaining wools. ^ ,, After you pick-out his Sport Coat you'll wani to choose the perfect /contrasting slacks to compliment his new Easier Outfit. PRICED FROM BE SURE TO VISIT THE "PRAIRIE FUTURE FARMERS" DISPLAY IN OUR STORE SATURDAY, MARCH 7th I Dwight Spangler, Pres,, of Corwith Mickey Will, Vice Pres.. of Corwith LEUT WILLIAMS New Spring Sports Coats What man has enough sports coats? Hore is a wardrobe item that does triple*dw!y, in vy<»4 ejre«s, and cqsual events, Our new spring lines are more attractive than ever, in |yst the right weight for thoje in-between months ahead, FROM

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