The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1959 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1959
Page 11
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lfl^p^P^t ? -f , 191*, A^bna (Id.) Mr and Mr* A; ft Wfflftfii ON* Mts C<bfa Martin and sort Lloyd frefe in Webste* ,CJity Frida# Where Lloyd transacted business, Mt arid Mr« E. ML Hichatdsbn sfcentt Saturday afternoon <6t Fen* t6ti withMf* ftichafdsott's father, Ro> Huflbtiifi - .^, :- ' Mr end Mrs Lloyd f>ool were recently , visited by the lattet's btother-ln^awiaftd sistet, Mt 'and Mts Vernoft Johnson of Marshalltown* ' M* and'Mta E< M, ftlthafd&tm drove to Foft Dodge Sttiiday to Spefcd the day with'their son4n> law find Daughter, Mr-arid Mrs Walter Jtaeobsoiv v Ml and Mrs A. R. Willreil had as callers Slinday Mr and Mrs Schlei of Fentoft. They were here to attend the Leo Stevens Wedding anniversary celebration. Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley and the latter's mother, Mrs v Laura Hiritz are going to Minneapolis, to spend . the weekend with the Seeley's s6n-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Richard Boisjolie. ' Jim Geelan, coach at the "academy, is taking .three senior boys to Des Moines to attend the basketball tournament this week' ehd. i They are Bob.Gink, Jim Erpeldihg and Mark Seeley. ./Mr and Mrs Paul Palmer were visited Sunday and had as supper guests their daughter, Mary, their son 'James and friend "Jerry" Doddof Mason City. They also accompanied /Mr and Mrs Palmer t6 see Mrs'Palmer's father, M. N. Phillips', southwest of •iowh. Mary is assistant dietician at Mercy hospital and Jim'is taking a course in civil engineering in a school at Mason City.t the parents, Mr and MrS Willrett ^6 in,Io<tfa Oi . Willrett W&it IhwugH the Univfef * sily fesslJlW elinifc^ 4 ' Mr and MM Paul Dotiman had as callers Sunday Mr and Mrs Ko^Faulsbh of ossee. Minn., said Mr aftd Mrs Fr^d Dd^lftf aftd their seri*in-law nftd diUihteA Mf and Mrs Merlin Arndid'of cleat Lake. Minn.- Mrs Paulson and Mr. flowing are cousitts. of Mf Dettman, • ^ " '• Httbdti Lindqulst, maaagft* dt CJood Samaritan Home, was called to Hastings, Neb,, by the death of his father, Enoch G, Lihdquist, 74. Death was dtie to & series of strokes, funeral * ites and interment were at Chestertbn, Ihd., Wednesday, Mr Littdquist re turned home Thursday (tbday). Mrs Elsie Lindaman hat rsium* ed from Bradenton, Fla., whefe she has spent sik weeks, going there with her brother and sister* in-law Mr and Mrs Horace Dray* ton, of Sycamore, 111. Mrs Lindman rented her house to" Mr any Mrs Alex Dermand till April 1 at which time she will move into it and the .Demands Will . occupy their trailer house, . KeVin Schmitt is one of 22 seniors who completed final examination for degrees Tat St. Ambrose college. Davenport,, last month. 'He will receive his B. A degree in May. , Kevin is now employed with the. Addresso- graph corporation in 'Des Moines and spent >the weekend here with his patents, Mr ana. Mrs Tony Schmitt. ,' " - ' * BETTER PRINTING for — Upper Des Moines' Pub. Co,, Algona.' " ] - 21 YEARS IN THE BUSINESS FOR ... L S. Bohannon • Dwelling • Household Goods , O Personal ^« Business Liability • Workmen's Compensation - • , O Wind ' • Farm Liability • Automobile • Truck Insurance • Mercantile • Fire •, Farm ;' , : i ' • . Experience means a lot in the insurance business. That's whyjjyr 21 years in the 'insurance business are a guarantee -you'll be getting^ the 1 best possible, insurance,, advice, ydi'eij, you stop af*Bo- hanno'n's." RepVesenting^ 'the^firiest- «iom-' panies in America. L. S. 1 Bohannon Bohannon Insurance Agency 6 N. DODGE WES BARTLETT JOHN * DIEKMANN FRANK STERLING ADRIAN STERLING We cordially welcome you to stop in our store during "Let's Get Acquainted" week .and browse around. We always en- ' joy having'folks visit our store to see what's new in. home furnishings, or to say "hello". We especially call attention to our NEW KROEHLER FURNISHINGS THAT HAVE JUST ARRIVED! - . Welcome 4-H Clubs! It's also a pleasure to welcome all Kossuth County 4-H boys and girls to Algona on THEIR special day, Saturday, We will especially be happy to welcome the tWo glrl» pictured here who will dji* play the club project of the LONE ROCK LIVELY ROCKETS In our store all day Saturday, JUDY HAMMCRSTROM Vice President . Jp ANN MeCLEISH - President To Town and Cash In On These BUDGET - SAVERS The Folks At.. CHOCOLATE PEANUT CLUSTERS Regularly 69c Lb. LB. Bernice Walker REGISTER FRIDAY NIGHT I YOUR PURCHASE FREE If Your Name Is Drawn 1 wm TO VISIT THE LINCOLN HANDY HELPERS DISPLAY IN OUR STORE THIS SATURDAYI Chuck Htnken, Manager TERRY KITCHEN TOWELS Assorted Fancy Patterns Gladys Bunu Regularly 59c Ea* 2 FOR $ l.OO * , „ t , \ , «fell|»^ . ' U»^yii^.»»*..l«&iik*M~'*~fiV* X°* "-"<>*<*«** •Sandra Van Hove, Pros. Judy Johnson, Vica Pros. LADIES' PANTIES Pink or White Tricot Knit I Regularly 69c Pair Madeline Kearny OILCLOTH •-•* WHITE - 54" WIDTH Regularly 79c Yard Now Only ... Christine Arend BEST WISHES TO ALL 4-H CLUB MEMBERS Algona 4-H Club Day, March 7th WHITE MORPUL ANKLETS Regular Heavy Triple Cuff Style. 1 st Quality. Regularly 49c Pair Emma Miller SATURDAY IS ALGONA Pictured Above, Kevin Thorson President Of The "Eagle Wildcats" Meet Kevin and Vice President Billy Gies At The Coast-To-Coast Store This Saturday. Hi! We Have Some Tremendous Bargains For You For This Special Week. Come In and Meet Us and Let Us Get To Know You. We're Taking Advantage of This Opportunity To Let You Become Familiar With The Values You Always Get At Coast-To-Coast. So Come On In And LET'S GET ACQUAINTED Ed Wolf Manager Regular $3.98 Men's Heavy Duty WORK GLOVES Regularly 28c Pair GET ACQUAINTED SPECIAL Dawn Beenken Rugged cotton twill 8 ounce canvas with snug knit wrists. Regular 89c Galvanized 12 QUART PAIL GET ACQUAINTED SPECIAL Plain sides, heavy stamped ears securely riveted. Heavy bail handle. Regular 98c Round Galvanized UTILITY PAN GET ACQUAINTED SPECIAL Twelve quart hog pan, Can be used fpr food, water or storage. Rolled edge protects stock, 16 inch diameter, GET ACQUAINTED SPECIAL 2 Al Fox Twenty gallon capacity. Drop side handles, complete with cover. Tapered body, rust proof. For garbage or ashes. Regular $1.09 5 QUART CHICK FOUNTAIN Truman Shackloford Plastic base, screw on duraglass fount. Large opening easily cleaned or filled. For milk, water or medicine. Regular $45.95 Boys or Girls "STARHRE" BICYCLE GET ACQUAINTED SPECIAL 300 ELGRADE MILK FILTER DISCS Plus 10 QT. GALVANIZED PAIL Regular $3.19 Value Both For Only Famous quality 6 inch Elgrade filter ^B discs. mt&m Approved By Postmaster General RURAL MAIL BOX Regular $3.2$ Value GiT ACQUAINTiD SPECIAL Galvanized steel painted aluminum, topped by red flag, inches. Deluxe cantilever frame, 24 and 26 inch models, men's and boys' models (red and white), women's and girls' models (blue and white). A sleek, streamlined sports model bike with 1.75 inch middleweight tires. 4499 16 Tine, Heavy Quality WIRE LAWN RAKE Regular 85c GET ACQUAINTED SPECIAL Spring steel 13 gauge tine; held securely in place. Maroon finished head; chartreuse handle. ' "«* l&l COflST-TO- COAST STOR 22 E. State Algona, Iowa Cell CY 4"44i

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