The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1959
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Saining will ;ioh's Men Tweeten .ar eftter- Nlheties jnij "Phe rMrtet efDefi BD oiiw »iit -nubbins of open* cer v -TJiefttfwIILbe 1 other musical trtttnbers fifed coffee* and cake will ' ~ " *?* ' „*„ . finance the community project „„ Mfs' HaW Lund re- VEI.V™. woM-that thelf son, Den* "his;, is alternate candidate fof an .Academy, ap 'fto'mtme'ht* from Che sitfth con S^r-tlt , fr'.i ,,-r .... .1 _„ i~ * " ,'!*'"*' ''"'• Vi i *i-.H'/' j ' i i*"»• t i T-"-/r*."r'''•'<"*'•'*•'• >•" t-''»" t ** ,*•- ' •"** ; *.*.'•* ^^'V^^Vi^^V^'-^V'''f -> ' *-" i; •" v-"'**V\ — m ; W^&ili^l&Ufr& f Jltf^ SI;; *•..**••*, * I Ipu -.j£i£<,'4fo F , «• '«•»-'#• JL-/^ I. * JTS, « . vW The 70-voice fconcotdla ^ tolling ? 6hotal ^ Club a! St, &&' MlKflfi : will lie at the Trinity Lutheran chiirch her6 hext iVadngfelftV. Mar, II, at Mi tifrfi ta the ftk«, ttttslHfti hiilScU „ ', \ w*.. t*! «**"»* nose imd s€Wt»ly bruising WS — IN WELCOME SPRINGFIELD SPARKLERS, 4-H DAY ALGONA, SAT, MARCH 7 tr»un<fay f at f;3ft p.rh. Prof. , Harold Otte *ne /u-yoice uoncorcua couage cnoru CIUD o; ai« rauii.i' music at the Trinity Lutheran eMirch.herS hext.lV,adn6ltJfty ( Mi is director ef the choral club. -,*:./:;/••',- ' • •' ' * *, ,,£ - Th% Coneordia choral Brouo blanl'tB bfeieftt It cohorts duHnglits tour, indludihg/'the stbp Mrf, :cording to Rev. Q. Gerlke^Trmity 'Lutheran' pastor. , • . ' • ' ' • • > . ' s- A ... ... _ . , ~ V... .*.,. ^ •_. ,. .*o. .fc. r .~ <e..» .-. *• .A.-. ...L. .£..»? . —^ 1 ^-- ^.^^t. .— A-.^-V 1 >...faC ...... .^^..a- .^^..^^L gfessional district in Iowa, Den* nis is a sophmore at Waldorf, ; The Blacksmith Shop iri'Swea ,City,wlll epett this month with, A. Pedersen of Nebraska City^ Neb., to operate the shop for Mrs, Grace Baker. Mr Pedersen is att ^ Hi Folks! Come' In and Get Acquainted With Al« gorta's Newest and Most Exclusive Men's Wear Store! Shop Where Service QuqU ity, and Friendliness Back Every Sale| <' Bud lender IT'S TIME TO ,\ CUSTOM TAILORED CLOTHES ! FEATURED AT SHOP FOR MEN i , * Tailor made suits starting as^Ibw as $49.'50i Suits made'ex- clusively for YOU at a cost no higher tfcan those ready made! Come in soon! ~; ...^ -. ' f 'plow *nan as -well as a ! welder, , He is m^rrited and his t wife Will join \Kirn soon. 1 ;S&lurday diftner'guests at ihe home*of Mrs Grace Baker in hotio* of, the . birthday -of her ttiothet, Mrs' 4 Eva HunsOrt was Mr and Mrs Louis • Hanson find family ;of Burt, Mr find Mrs Al- lelv. Strong and -family of •Arrri* strong aria Mr and Mrs Ole Ravn. ^" • • ' . , Mr and Mrs Clarence Gardfier and boys are moving into the late Mrs Jennie McCraJfy hom«, Sa'turday.- evening -the, neighbors gave' a farewell party for the fam/ ily, at the George Harrier home, .Those present were Mr and Mrs .CtecftrLinde, Mr and Mrs Ehitier I^ollasch, Mrs Art Larson- and Albln r jMr and,vMrs, Henry Eg- •gerth.-'Mr An'd.-MrS'Char.les Eg- ;~gerth,.Mr arid'Mrs Marvin Sim- •wonsmeier arid boys, Mr and Mrs Axel Paulson, Mr and Mrs Wai* 'ter Smith,' Mr* ahd Mrs Clifford Dykes', Mf and'Mrs Bert Patter- s6n and Mr and Mrs George Hartler and David. They gave the honored couple a purse Of motley'as a gift, Mr and Mrs Harold Krantz and children attended a house warming at Titonka for ,Mr and Mrs R. L. Krantz, who'recently moved into their new home. , j Mrs 'Brink Shipler. called'4 ihe-home' bfjier mother, Mrs Lulu .•Rinjgsdorf v -*£ v Burt, Sunday eve- Rev, and 'MrS S. H.- Hammer enjoyed a "banquet for the District -Ministers -and wives of the Algoha district' 1 of the Methodist church, at -the Johnson 'House in Algeria'." ' ,- ' "' ' ; ' " Fathers and Sons .'Banquet -was held at the Methodist'Church parlors Wednesday evening. .Clifford Van-Berkum was master of ceremonies. The Birthday Club met at the home of Mrs Elmer.'Smith to honor her ori-hep. birthday Thurs iday aftern'po'n. 'Those.,* presen were Mrs Leonard Peterson and "daughter, Mrs Ed Fosgren, Mr Mtable MinO, Mrs Ernie Larson, Mrs Minnie" Johnson, Mrs "Afmn Dahl,,Mrs A. E. Charlsbfi a«a>-tfo children, Mrs Floyd Smith,, tyfs Mary Seylar, Mrs Henry Larson, Mrs Kathryn Holmes, Mrs Claude Haag, Mrs Greg Diem* Mrs Clifford Smith and Miss Pearl-fiafil Mr and Mrs Eddie. Bauer, Tfu- dy and Jerry spent Friday at the home of Mr and Mrs Arden Ha* kes of near Jackson, Minn. 6n their return home they visited with Mr.and Mrs Eldon Sabln of, Estherville. ' 'J,t Mrs Fred Schwartz, Swea City', announces the engagement of h^r daughter, Betty to Mr Jariifts Smith, son of Mr and Mrs Walr ^er Smith, Swea City. The co'uple plan a June .wedding. ;. Mr . and Mrs Walter Genrieh, Swea City,.announce the eng#g>- ment of their daughter, Jane Marie of State University ; of South Dakota, Vermilion,. Soiith Dakota to S/Sgt. Robert L. Goerf zen of Offutt Air Force Base. Omaha, Neb., son of Mr and Mrfi C. O. Goertzen, Mountain Lake, Minn. A June wedding' is being planned by the couple. - I ., Bond Sales Off To Good Start f. : January sales' of U.S. savings bonds in Koss'uth .county amounted to $190,274, according to L.'W Nitchals, county chairman. Tlfe figure was 11 percent of the quota for 1,959. •' * -January' sales and percent*'.6: quotas in surrounding counties ,were: Emmet, $72,895, seven pej?- cent; Hancock, $147,175, 14 percent; Humboldt,- 1 $114,948, ',12 percent; Palo Alto, $118,682, j.4 percent; and Winnebago, $130,632, 14 percent. DOhtta lhg*btii*on (High!) Vice Ptes.t Carol Runksmoior (Left) RefrigeraUon 111 WEST STATE ALGONA JO ANN MINO President JUANITA Vice Preildent Be sure to stop In And visit us during 4-H Day Irt Algonal See our beautiful selection of Spring Clotheil Elva & Jessie's "the Little Shop on the Sldfe Street" LET'S GET ACQUAiNTED WITH YOUR NEW NEIGHBORS AT Bruce ACCIDENT Jewell of near ^ injuries when the cran cement rnixer x flew off ai h attempted to start it. The crank vwimimmM^ ^^^^^ .,,,,. , „ iS , 4 , , | 1 HAZEL and BOB SCOTT CONVENIENTLY LOCATED ON STATE STREET,,3^BLOCKS EAST OF HI-WAY 169 • 'Television • Soft Water • Telephone In Every Room • Tubs With Showers. • Air Conditioning , Court Pratt and Lambert Paints Armstrong Floor & Wall Coverings Nationally Known Wallpapers and AGATHA and ANDREW HANSEM f • Fireproof ^ '" «• • 'Free • • Air Conditioned ,f>Tele t Soft Water (Formerly Cowan Building Supply) CY 4-3737 It is with great pleasure that we assume the ownership and management of the firm which has been known as Cowan Building Supply for the past twenty-two years. Hereafter the store will be known as Carson's. I am aware of the fine reputation for quality, service, and fair dealings that the store enjoys and sincerely pledge myself to maintain these standards. !• feel that my 13 years with the Pratt and Lambert Paint Co. qualifies me to be of assistance on any paint or decorating problem my customers may have. We are pleased to offer trained interior decorating and color planning. We welcome the opportunity to serve you. Bud Boeckholt, whom most of you know, and who has bean with the firm for many years and knows the store thoroughly, will continue to serve you. We cordially invite each and every one of you to drop in and get acquainted during "Get Acquainted Week." Ethel Carson Ethel and Duane Counter Top Materials and Metal Trim Lox Wood Finishes Window Glass Picture Framing Gifts Bud" Boeckholt A Memo From Ken & Craig This is to announce that we have sold the Cowan Building Supply Co, to Mr Duane Carson of Sioux City, Iowa. Mr Carson, formerly with the Pratt & Lambert Paint Co. for thirteen years, hqs the know-how and ability to serve you well and it is our sincere desire that the Carsons will continue to enjoy the patronage of all, our customers. It is with some sadness that we leave this operation,, siflice we have both trfprouajily enjoyed the many years of good comrc|c|e|h|p tha^ the store lias provided, Qur decision to se II resulted from a desire thcif we shared to devote; moj-e time to other interests, W,e are, of course, remaining in Algeria and we ,„„,„,„,, r , r , r , ri . , r t; , uing in q social way the many fine friendships that were by)lf*ip pver the years at Cowan Building Supply. May we extend our warmest thanks 'for your was indeed a pleasure, 4

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