The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1959 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1959
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THE FOLKS ; C. R. LaBarre, f President ed Saturd *na hfef- at his Ajgpna a few weeks at httifte tiMer tor- arthWtiiu and Mr* ftl t to. Mssofi Citjr antt jotfcM Iftf Mrs Mahcstt;BUfb«fkkj J6mw& idfftte, for fat -W^fe«M^Fr,V; Mrs Hallatd Snydat hai «*«•!?* fed word of the deMfo Satufd bf her uftcte CharlfeSt:f*!siet. 88* ^» XK « U S ? ho di , fea *of * W8 ^ R ^M^. Ku(rfe h !> me M ^uctJa ValtffrCaiifv MS the Whittemore ? visited Mf and Mrs Snydet laKt XaiJL Pitil §*lm«*<J«* ,«(«}•.to l It iJMf-iftt. Wttiiaftl Brad* IsMel^ Mtifcdld * toier ai tfort Dodge , Ryan, feiWf A.«O*VAVF**» *««^«* **;8IlCT0Xl* >- 4 -, Mt and M« Ch»ti»r Sch&by Visited Sunday by the lat< jfefK son jgnd daUtthter»in i laWi Mt aftd Mrs Robert Hicks t John, Rob- ,tet and Bill* 6f Ames.' .A.. *.j....a.-..t..,A ,.. L .J.r-,<j. I.t..^.^. m L. A . JJ a,^ jJ -.,^R, C ..-. J - --o^.., i GET ACQUAINTED WEEK WELCOME T6 HOtyE FEDERAL DURING "GET ACQUAINTED WEEK, AND ....... A SALUTE , TO ALL VISITING ^ 4-H CLUBS Murray Mowers, Manager Mr* Soft fcjogrtn Ml* • Thursday Srfterlfeoft hoiiorlft.,.,... •- [fttiday^if h«r. daughter 220 E. State St. v "Your Symbol Of Safety" HOME FEDERAL Savings & . Loan Association 7?///////////s/s/sss///s//Ms//s//sssssssssss/ss///}s///s//^s/s/ss/s/sm. Richard Rihgsdorf Algona, Iowa We at Fowler's welcome you and your friends to come In' and get acquainted: We want to meet you and have, i' ' you see,our, store, ,and the beautiful new; merchandisel •,;,,' You are welcome to use our rest room facilities. '" ' WEAR. SPECIAL PRICES ON HOSIERY AND LINGERIE. Alice Christof fers Betty Galbraith . 'D.oris • Williams DOZENS OF NEW DRESSES FOR YOU TO , SEE MANY SPECIAL VALUES, THE LARGEST DISPLAY OF SPORTSWEAR , r IN ALGONA FOR YOUR INSPECTION. Florence Downey Irma' .Bunkofske ' . '-i '. Dorothy Claussen VISIT .FOWLER'S BEAUTY SALON • 2 Beauticians • 2 Booths. Featuring V' Haircutting •Permanent Waving • Tiniing & Peeing •Shampoo & Sets. : SPECIAL $10,00 PERMANENT ' NO EXTRAS TO PAY FOR u- Laura Davis, Jesnetio Faber • Beauticians IN OUR §TQR| 0(S SATUP^Yr MARCH 7 ,' :< '•' ,'* "' *• ^','" { t ' , 2ari«. Gueits "were ,U)t6 gins- >ln hef 1 room &tjsehool and the Wa« eher Mrs E^Wolfcott . " Mr and Mri John Romfct and sdn, Jim, dfove to Djckftts Sunday to Visit Mrs Rower's, father and brother aftd srister^imMw, William Beck fetid Mi" and Mrs Dorothy Fowler Mr and Mr» Hhrv&v S were visited Sunday by their arid daughter Mr and Mrs Everett ttodfiin and Son John* of Ghapln arid Mrs Steven's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Harry Merriam, of Garner, Mr and Mr* Adrian Sterling have had word from their daughter Mrs Tom Lundell of Ahkeny that her husband recently fell on ice and cracked some ribs. Her id mall carrier there and recently took civil service examinations* Mr, and MM Milch TaylOt rt- turned Saturday from Glendale, Ariz., where they had visited a few weeks with the letter's broth* er-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Dick Gross. Glendale is near Phoenix. Mr and Mr» Harold Sundei had as dinner guests Monday eVen- Jng Dr. and Mrs Kenneth Pride, named. of Humboldt. Mrs Sundet took her mother Mrs Anna Longseth to her home at Oltosen following a visit here. Mrs Alice Jergenn and Mrs Le, roy Farrell, son Tom, and Mrs Andrew Elbert of Whittemoro attended the funeral services Monday at Clear Lake for Mike Coan, 76, who had been in failing health for some time. John Thuenle went io Mason City last week and for thre6 weeks will be pharmacist in the Goodno Drug Store while - ( .Mr Goodno and family are vacationing in Floria. Jerry Thuente, a registered pharmacist, is in charge 1 here. Mr and Mrs Gale Stockwell pent the weekend at Mmneap- lis, with their son-in-law and; laughter Mr and Mrs Henry Nelon. Mrs Stockwell received word f the death Sunday morning of her aunt Mrs Kenneth Fox 80, at Dl Cjon, Calif. Mr and Mi& Jess Lashbrook and he letter's father Clyde Burtis spent Sunday at Mason City with •elatives. Their son and daughter- .n-law Mr- and Mrs Carroll Lash- arook live there and Mrs 'Jess Lashbrook's brothers Harley and Wiley Burtis. Friends of Mr and Mrs A. L. Long of Davenport have received word that ' Mrs Long has been Steele Was also fastens,to her sewing clab twsmbws Monday evening, Mrs Lfttmafd Matats tUurtttd f ridny ' from Hdffiewood, til., whore she had Sjsem three weeks, While she was there her son-Jn* law and daughter, Mr and Mrs E, K. Hubfer w&nt to Atlantic City and Mr& Mnluei cared fct the children, The Hubora went to nttend the Nfttiojial Education Association convention. Mr and Mr§ f r«d Hsgon have returned from a vacation or a few weeks spent at Columbus. Neb. "with their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Raymond Nolsori and at Belton, Mo., with another son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Frdd Land. Mrs Lane and little son Jerry returned with them for a visit of n few weeks. with them that cv&Aftg teif « Between quartets bfeak, ' Kflthryn J«hannes«s|i ftfid Raymond Wilbesg* stude«M at LuUter College, spent ih^ wetefcerid »t the htjities 6f th«ir respective patents. „ . „ Mr and Mn Arthur Bftflvim «rtd family of ,taok*6n. Mirth, VnoVtd to Senoca nreft a week ago to the farm which they purchased and farmed this past year, by the Augustine family,. The Bergums have ft family of four, n pair of twins under school age and two children who are attending the f * *.- >-* Thundery, Meith 8, 1959 Seneca school. Mr fcftd Mrs Andrew afid v of the 'weft Armitrdftg area moved to thte farm vacated fey the Myfon Spiers last Satuf* day. The Slcfanskifl havfe five children, four of whom are attending the Seneca School and one child who is under, school age. Mr and Mrs MaHln WSlberg have their grattdson, Diennis, son of the Donald Wllborg of Fait-* mont, Minn., with them for the next two weeks. Donald, who Easter Sebls On Sale March 9 KosBUth county's 1059 Easter Seal campaign wiH begin officially Monday, Mar. 9, according to campaign chairman W. P. Truesdell, Titonka school supt., who also announced that chairmen for county .towns have also been Chairmen In the Various towns are Mrs Howard Beardsley, Algona;, Mrs Ed Smith, Hurt; Mrs Ralph Weber, Bancroft; Mrs Henry Looft, Fenton; Mrs John Cook, Lakota; Mr and Mrs Leo Willadsen, Ledyard; Mrs Roso Kraft,- Lone Rock; Mrs Edward Lindebak, LuVerne; Supt. E. E. Stewart, Swea City; Mrs John Bleich, Wesley; and Mrs J. M. Fleming, Whlttemore. 11 is hoped that everyone in the county can be contacted through the mail by a voluntary workei during the drive for funds which ends Easier Sunday, Mar 29. , County officers of the Iowa Society for Crippled Children am Adults, which gives care am treatment to crippled persons nil over the state, are: Jim Kolp, Algona, chairman; Jon Nelson, Lu- Verne, first vice president; Mrs Clarence Brandt, Titonka, second vice president; Mrs Art Priebe, Fenton, secretary; Mrs Flora Tiss, Algona, treasurer; and Mrs E. C. McMahon, Algona, public,- ity. MEET THE : FOLKS GET ACQUAINTED WEEK SHILTS BROWN-BILT SHOES Frod Shllts Gary Dodds dismissed from St. Luke hospital following treatment for a.circu- latory ailment. She is much improved, but.her activities' will be restricted for awhile. t , ,Mr and Mrs Pete Halsrud will be visited a .week by their son and 1 'daughter-in-law M. Sgt. Russell SENECA NEWS 1 Richard Looft arrived homo Monday after receiving his discharge from duty at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, Ind. He went to Des Moines Monday and began working with International Business Machines. Mr and Mrs Olaf Oftedahl spent Saturday and Sunday of A Halsrud. -and v 'Mrs Halsrud an&t jg' s t.: Week visiting : with their i_i.-*iaw*i>;.,u«n,«««-i,^*. i,,,ir,rr *"i daughter and family at De'cWaH, Ibwa. They made the acquaint- living in Columbus,. Ohio. Sgt, Halsrud is' being transferred to North Caro- 1 lina. He -is .with -the marines. > , Mr and Mrs H. W. Siebriiz en : tertained at dinner Sunday and had -as guests their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Jerry Klepper and the former's parents Mr and Mrs Emil Klepper, of Emmetsburg, in honor of Joan, the younger Mrs Klepper's birth- i'.day. ." •-.'••';Mrs William Sleels enterlained bridge, .members 'last I week Thursday, evening. Prizes were won" by Mrs Carl Morck | Jr., Mrs Richard Norton and Mrs Robert McCullough. Mrs William ance of a new grandson, Timothy Vaiigh. Enroute home they stopped at Kensett, Iowa and visited with their daughter, Evelyn and family. Mr and Mrs Earl Crouch and Marilyn Johannesen were guests of Robert Crouch at a banquet ai Iowa State College at Ames .Thursday evening. While in Ames they also visited at the home of their son and daughter- in-law and new granddaughter, the Jerry Crouchs and daughter, Brenda Lee. Robert Crouch returned home NEW NOTE OF FINE QUALITY IN NEW SPRING SHOES! WELCOME "LAKOTA LUCKIES"! Who Will Be In Our Store on 4-H Day, Saturday, March 7. President: Carmen Cook Vice Pres.: Kathleen Peterson in the Naval r Conference, at, the Biafefr* Ltt-f day evening of this week and Con tinuing through William Ko^ard Taft *war first U.S. otesldent to rteivt a salary of ,$78,W0 fc year. Lee Lawson 1 i* THE SHOE STORE THATTAKES CARE OF YOUR FEET The standard of the world in Craftsmanship So superbly crafted is the Cadillac for 1959 that on pavement or gravel . . . railroad crossing or detour there is never a sound to disturb your travel. This is the stillness of craftsmanship! For silence is efficiency . . . and elimination of stress and wear. And, it foretells thousands upon thousands of economical miles. Drive the new Cadillac soon and listen to the wonderful story told in silence! /^".^X^y^^-.v,. |.>^*t4^M«>< .....^^^^^^pJ I ^^Ji 1 ^^«to)K^:r;^r;!!i^Sl LV.r »r™r.«.r5^f rartf.n.M***^**^.!.".^ OUhVWf4v«-.l'<»" *WS te^rr^^T^^'; !&££ .«v». ^f^+fttttrft, \ vtw»v V«y *• v^-**-v^v»v.v*«>^ ' £ *• »»«*».«*»tJ • tt. -Jtfv&rSfititSR »*!' 1 " v , !* »wtffl*s«»vfm. «Ar<<»Vi«^»*tftyi^r J f »**>W.I»«*.W* I vil^§fel?s^ajES p • • SS F «5U »*•/"' •Hf*«»M***»»'^W **«?.• h-^Vjt 1 ,".'^ Li, ^ ^Hf-;^ -r^-i'^vrj ' "i ERNIE WILLIAMS 109 W. §TATi STRI6T

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