The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1959 · Page 5
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.,, " ,-..y,":;t l.*::,*-~'- -„?,,-/; ;* ! <i? *«'• ... -. 3 _.. u m.» be hostess i Cl ,iA6mbef& of he* sewing, .oft- SlbndajL.jafterooon. K , S.E.Q, iUiethdod met Wednes* m£*&&'&• the home 6f Mrs raulon. •" Seoul ,Pa<jks a Roller dkatirig party. evening, March 30. Par- guests, John Hayes ate ai . son and daughter-in-law. Lt. ifd Mrs Kirk Hayes. light, Specs ca*d club ednesday evening- at the home ot^ Mrs Harold Hobson.' Mrs Goidie Guderian was a guest. . G.ttiierian was a guest. .; '...[ James Griffith came We'd* day from Sioux City and took. Her ifioiher, Mrs , Mv J. MoCalL back fort a two week Visit. Mrs McCaU ^ W'ill return for Easter. Harold Hobson Thursday, March 19, t959 A^ond (la.) Uppftf Det MftlMt-B You'll firid Easfcf fashion ideas, presented in local bh6i6graj»h»» •on £ page eisewnere in this issue of tHfe UPtyt. Nine, Ajgona stores, S & L, Graham's; THe hub.' Harbison's Variety, the ChrischilJes Store, Penhey's, Fowler's; Elva aftd Jessie's, and Sharp's Jewelry, oifer |deas as to how you can make your Easter shopping pay dividend^ in style, quality, and economy. • -, . City Friday Kef^will have at University Hos > Mr and Mrs Duane Carsons liaye moved from their home in Sioux City jto an ^ apartment in the R.-A. JDavidsdn^house on Elm .Street. -They plan- to be there • until larger- quarters can be found. — o — Mrs Richard Norton was hostess to her bridge' club on Thursday evening. Mrs Ed Giltriore received -the prize for high score; Mrs Allen Buchanan was second high and Mrs Craig Smith -was -the travel prize winner. 4-1 mii.i_n.-irj-rj> Mr and Mrs' R. B. Waller and sons Steve and Jack took a weekend jaunt into eastern Iowa. On Saturday "they stopped to see Mr and ,Mrs Tony Guzowski at Waterloo and were snowbound at ,the Guzowskis until Monday. , Mr and Mrs . Ronald . Arrowood, Spencer, became the parents of an '8 pound. -son, born -March 3 s[nd named Robert 'Burton. Local grandparents' ,,ar_e Mr and Mrs Btkton- 'Arrowood arid Mrs Lillian E. 'Mathison, Rock Creek, Minn, is great-grandmother. Zerider, during the grand opening of his newly remodeled store, Was surprised when a customer brought in a newspaper ad the store had ran in 1938. Main items of Interest were the prices pf that era — men's suits starting at $14.60, shoes at $2.95. Names of winners of grand opening door prizes are now posted in Zenders Window. • , * "-s * « ''•'' Only-eight mote days to do your Easier shopping. Read the advertising columns.of this paper to learn about the finest fashion values m your Algona stores. You'll find merchandise of interest to .clothing buyers in the following ads: Kirk'g Shoe, the Chrischilles Store, The Hud, CHr-istensen's, Zender's, and 'Diamonds. Arnie Elberi has announced thai Cullen Hardware is now handling a new line of power lawn mowers which offer a valuable* new feature. The mowers have a,new. type blade, called a swing- a-way iiexor blade, whipn is. jointed near the drive-shaft and bends back and aWay from ioreign objects such as rocks, sticks, and toys when it hits inern. This reduces wear on the engine-and drive-shaft helps to keep the blades in good condition. * * * Gambles annual March Sale is announced in this paper. You'll find everything from-oil filters to refrigerators at special March Sale prices. * * * Mrs Maxine Sharp and her. sister, Mrs Margery Medhurst of Storm Lake, will leave for-New" York ; city on'April'12, where Mrs Sharp will .receive • honpjcs.'.as a Brand ''frames' Ketailer-of-the-year from the Brand Maine* foundation at a banquet'to be held at the Waldorf Astoria. Waich the UDM for 'further news of the honors won by Sharp's Jewelry. • * • * * • • You'll find .some mighty helpful hints on paints and painting in a series of ads being run weekly by Stoeber Hardware on the Fenton pagp of the UDM. Brothers Wilfred and Ray alternate with tips for the homeowner. And Fenton is-planning a big Community Sale, Tuesday, March 24. Details »in today's paper. E. C. Wittkopf, local agent for Mutual of Omaha, has announced that his company is now offering a new hpspital and surgical insurance plan 'lor men and women .over 1 65' years of age. Full details of this new plan.can be found elsewhere in this paper. -* . The new junior''choir at ths Methodist church, under the direction of Darlene Skegstrom. will sing in public for the first L (time Easter fgundayKjAlJovfcrtSQ 4th, 5th and 6th grade youngsters '.; make up the choir and rehearsals ', 4?e held each" Saturday .morning - at 9 o'clock. •Mrs Leo Steven, Mrs Flora Tiss, Leona Smith, Ila Bilsborough and Zelda Reid were at Clear; Lake on Sunday attending a district, meeting of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist church. Miss Smith was reelected district president and MrsiSteven^was"elected recording' secretary. Guild, business and professional women's circle of the Presbyterian church will meet Monday evening at the home of Hattie Wilson. Laverne " Johnson will be assisting hostess, Mrs Ellen •shall willvhaVe devotions and M. H. Browser will give the program. ' - <".- > ''V —o— "' * i Faye Loss was honored at, a bridal shower Monday evening at the Presbyterian church. Hostesses were Mesdames A. E. Kresensky, George St. John, Wesley Hardy, Dick- Meyer,. Don Hemmingsen, Richard Burt, Frank Butts, Warren Nelson, John Hard- grov.e, C. B. Murtagh, Lloyd Gerber, James Lytle, Joseph Skow, Clifford' Etherington, H o,m e r Clark r and t Oran Hudson. Miss Loss, daughter pf , Mr and Mrs Casey Loss, will-"'be' married Easter Sunday to Robert L. Kulhman, son'of Mrs Wilma" Kuhlmari. NgWS.>WE WANT IT i/BETTER PRINTING for less — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona.'.' , '' ' ' YOUR ATTENTION PL E A S E ! "—^ We''ve scoured the markei-to find the latest styles in W,ash-N-, Wear Como jackets —- jackets thai look well and fit your pockeibook, too. Here is your opportunity to dress the way you want to ai a price you can afford. We cordially invite you to drop .in and look at these styles 1 \ V/ 8 COLORS TO CHOOSE FRQM Long sleeve, three and four button models in, a variety of colors; High quality Como jackets that wear 1 well, • look right, at an unbelievably low price. __ , iVY LEAGUE SLACKS WA.SH-N-WEAR flere is • the slack you want, Latest style flap pocket, polished cotton Ivy League . slacks in 'your favorite colors. Blue, Antalope, Black, Natural. - EASY CARE SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Colorama patterns and styles. New \Vash-N-Wear fabrics. S<?Ject npw "a.t Diamonds low, . . low prices. it $1.95 To $5.95 GIVE YOUR ENGINEER BOOTS A terrific special for the ma who works outdoors. Sizes io J2 t »7.99 Tough leather, jetan uppers that resists f.cids, combined with a thick, long 'vfGai' ing cork sole and sean$efs >acJs"J<j givg you a rugged y/ork shoe that will really stand the gaff, Qushionjd insole, WE HAVE WQRK , SHOE^ FQR-^HE f j KIDS, TOPI •••WBH^^S^^T L ^r B P ^ t * ^ >"tMawwesf»™w^ ' ff"^ - T . MEN'S DRESS SHOES or i, Why- can gye ysws Its* ' . in •mmw : Jl'lf '- -i .V J, it i' 3i' = ^ u V V >*i'*^ f^v.y * * ** t * * \ , T» tt, t t \ OF NORTHWEST IOWA I WHOLE - HALF SWIFT'S PREMIUM FULLY COOKED - READY TO EAT - SHORT SHANK — CANNED - HAM SLICED - CENTER CUTS - BREAKFAST SLICES READY FOR THE PAN SWIFT'S SWEET RASHER YOUNG - TENDER L9. SWIFT'S PREMIUM T-BONE or.SIRLOIN SJOCK UP ON THiaREAL BARGAIN LB. SWIFT'S SLICED Bacon Ends LB. BOX HAPPY HOST PEAS HAPPY HOST CORN ASSORTED FLAVORS ' ' ' 1 ' _i"!.*i% ,. - FQLGER'S or BUTTERNUT DRIP or REGULAR LB. CAN WITH PURCHASE OF MB. .DEVIL'S FOOD COOKIES AT ' - CONSUMER'S COUPON This Coupon Is Good For 50 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase Of $5.00 Or More OR 100 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase Of $10.00 Or More CONSUMER'S! Limit , . .One Coupon Per Customer! Offer Expires March 21st +~ ~ 39c ' FLAV^O-RITE PEANUT BUTTER MAZOLA OIL Per Pint MRS. CLARK'S SALAD DRESSING, Of. Jar....... GRAPENUTS 2 Boxes ... Consumer's Coupon f This doupon Good For lOc On Purchase Of NEST ITS CHOCOLATE lOc Offer Expires March 21 lOc FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN »sS>> . OR WELCH'S F'RPZ..EJM ;/ STRAWBERRIES; RED RASP- BERIES, OR PEACHES.il PKGS. S THRIFT • PAK ICE CREAM '• %• Gol. ?*&s &B»$ Consumer's Coupon FREE CAN pF Shoestring Potatoes " WITH THIS COUPON , Offer Expires March 21 Large Celery Sunkist Oranges • '' . ; ) , ; DOZ. $ CARROTS ^^jfe'A»y^^»fco^S^i|!^ SWIFT'S PREMIUM CANNED HAM '.!. 5.U. Can $4.39 ,, WITH THIS COUPON WORTH foe 'Offer Expires Mar.ch 2Vl ?^X| „ ,, • • j,.,f- •• )f I • - r -• f - '-'* '• & TV. % .• t- > •, '•v'&i'jm YOU SPINP WITH US QfT§ YQU AN STAMP •4 ' LOW

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