The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 15
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V April 2, 1959 JHoinesi April 2, i f'^, CLEAR IAKE.IC1WA. PtL* * Atf*il 3 Midwest, Caf afran,.;^. Set., - AjsHi 4 Henry ChatlW feOteh. TttM.. • Abfil 1~fte li P.« F<a* Ages 14 B 81 ittaieeF •"Wiwir »»...' '•JL'..:^g«*^ mi. Most df.the thiiigs We walt.fo* atetft 1uuw»aMY"j iBSBSP«... Parents Free & Welcome JTeens $ 1.2 5j—-^Checking lOc Thuts., • April 9 HARRY JAMES His Trumpet & Ochesira . , Checking lOe Adm. $1,87 plus tax tot. $2.00 IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT All things.come to those ?alt — on themselves. v PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA FRIDAY, APRIL 3 Frank Buhr SUNDAY, APRIL 5 Sammy Stevens FRIDAY, APRIL Id Hard Times Dance Come As You Are "The Haymakers" SUNDAY APRIL 12 Don Hoy Orlie Workman FRIDAY, APRIL \7 SUNDAY, APRIL 19 Ray Lewis No Advance BootH Reservations '' Doors Open at 8:30 Cob Scouts In 3 Towns Join lit Good will Task Cub Scouts In three towns in this area, Algonn, Fentoti and Wesley, will deliver Goodwill, clothing bags to every home in those cbmmunities Saturdny t April 11. Announcement was made this week by Ed Sindejar and Virgil Rohlf, Algona, Gilbert Scribner, Jr., Fen ton, and Don aid I^raus, Wesley, Cubmaslers. Pickup of the bags will be held a iweek later, Saturday, April 18, The final half of th«s project will be completed by Scouts in the three .towns. Scoutmasters are John Klesath and Wes Bar,t- letl, Algona, Gilbert Scribner Jr., Fenton and Reese Martin Wesley. Thousands of Cub and Boy Scouts in the Prairie Gold Area Council, will participate in this year's Si?out , Good Turn Day Clothing Drive for the handicapped men and women at Good Avill Industries. ' .The clothing drive 'gives p«r- sons in each of the communities involved a chance to help the Cubs and Scouts in their project of providing work for less fortunate handicapped, men and women. Such articles as discarded clothing, pieces of cloth, regardless of 'Size, fabric ,or age, curtains, drapes, linens, bedding, ,'shbes i tied' together in pairs, small toys, electrical appliances fttid nil other household articles »nd: utensils art' badly needed by Goodwill at this time. Newspapers and magazines wilt not be picked up. Senior Play At Ledyard Friday Lodynrd —, The Senior Clasfe of Ledyard High, -under the cHveetion of Mrs Stuart Butterfteld, and Mrs Jean Olson will present, its class play "The Family Nobody Wanted" on April 3rd at 8 p.m. at the auditorium. 1 The cast includes Arno Trpft, Gretchen Looft, Kenny MQrikc, Deanna Wiemor, Craig Thllges, Delores Udstuen, Judy Henog, Lyle Hang, Sylvia Wilhelmi, Alice Ingebrilsonf Karen Darnell, Denise King, Kai'in Wallehtine, Miiry Ann Bartoli, Avcicn Krn- mcrsmeirr, Bob Barslow, dnd Dean Gelhaus. ' Stage: Russ Rirhtor, Lyle Hung. Kirk Johnson; Publicity: Catol Jorgenson. i . How Weidenhoff Plant Will Expand TRAGEDY Malcolm Dingus, Jr. of Keosauqua died of ,a heart attack in his car recently''iis he was returning from a trip to Ottumwa where he had gone to get blood from the blood bank for 'his younger brother who had been injured earlier in a pipeline accident His brother died 2 hours after the death of the older brother. W«> \\*,\^'&8&*fP «**J&*MV!;*'* f, iXnLirauiM^* .j* _ii «ir wy& •wjaj'^wyr.fiijy^r?'^^^^?^^??^^^^ S^iilliP|iiilif^liif?ig^ The. Frien'dly Store" DOWN IV! 1ST .2.25 Per Week, Payable Monthly, ROTARY TILLER RED RIDER America's Finest Riding ROTARY MOWER! Garden the modern POWER way! Self-propelled Farmcrest tiller weeds, cultivates, plows— you only guide it. Plows to 8 in. deep. Springtii tines adjust to wide or narrow row width. Get 5-gal. gas <fan Free! Tiller with Bolo Tines.... 139.50 M88M.8J04 24" CUT 3 Speeds FORWARD . •:> •••:• ..i---'--..;i* .-*-i^'- :REVERSE 4 CYCLE ENGINE with Recoil Starter Buys this Full-Size REDmm RIDING MOWER i Only 14.95 DOWN! 1.90 Per Week, Payable Monthly FREE Home TriaU UNBREAKABLE TINES E-Z REACH CONTROLS iReg- ADJUST QUICK DEPTH BAR FREE HOME TRIAL! TRADE! «p to $20 and more for yoor \, old hand or power mower Breeze through tough mowing jobs with ease! Rugged, dependable—simple to opei-' ate. Easy-reach controls, instant , push-button cutting height adjustment. 4'/2 HP heavy duty Clinton engine; recoil starter. Leaf mulcher eliminates tedious hand raking. Free 5-gal. gas con! 36-5636 Test Ride ft Today m your own property! [NEW! HEAVY DUTY ' Transmission Less Your Trade-In 3.50 Per Week, Payable MonrtJy 5 GAL GAS CAN worth $2.89 with Purchase of ANY RIDER Why walk when you tan ride —TRADE TODAY! Mowing's fun when you ride a Red Ramblerl Cuts giant 24" swath. Has powerful 3'A-HP Clinton engine; forward and reverse gears. With leaf mulcher. Free 5-gallo* gas con with Red Ramblerl 36-WJJ HOMEGUARD Satin Latex j tfie Perfect Paint for ANY ROOM! None Finer at ANY PRICE! Velvetized Soft-Tone Finish! 19 Per Gallon QUART 1.55 room? the "color, ," ',wpy with economicqj HQMEguard Satin latex, luxury finish point i.$ &crwb» babl?, fad« proof, dries, *uper fgjt. Lateit colorW R«R w 9n& M NO Uf MUMIKS FREE! Flower Seed Packet with any Lawn or Garden Purchase Super Quality HOMEguard DURA-GLO 229 QT. Us* indoors or out—walls, woodwork, metal. 17 colors; non-yellowing white. 48-IN. SHOVil &ig value, buy I Round point shovel ha* extra strong he treated blade. 48" handle. SPADING FORK Popular 4-tine fork of high carbon steel, Easy to »s«. D-lype 30-inch ash handle, 96-7311 ' MASKING TAP! Gives a professional touch to all -yoyr painting job*. 30- yard rolL */4-iacho* wide, W-/WV PAX-20-lb. BAG Kill crobgroii ieedj, fertiR«t and control soil poits, 40-Lb. Bofl Pax ......9.98 36-9737, M PAINT BRUSH fine quality bristle brush at money-saving priced 2 W wido, Yukcniied in rvbb**. ALWAYS BETTER BUYS AT GAMBLES The above drawing shows clearly the 43,000 square foot addition which will be constructed this year on the south - side of the present Woidenhoff plant cost of Algona. Ken Pcirce, Vice President and General Manager of Hie Algona firm announced plans for the addition Saturday morning, Mar/. 21. . . , Poirco stated thai the new portion of the building will more than double square footage at the local manufacturing, plant and will mean an estimated 100 more jobs there within the next year. Weidenhoff's present quarters, including two additions built in 1957, oi;c shown in the drawing to the left and above the proposed now portion of the plant, which is designated with diagonal lines. The arrlnv points'north toward highway 18. According to Pcirce and W. W. Daniel, Weidenhoff's president, more construction of necessary building space will probably be completed within the next five years. Total cost of the long-scale expansion program was not released. Employees will number almost 200 at Weidenhoff withm the next year, (UDM Engraving). Birthday Party Is Much Better Late Than Never ^,-y;y'.;;:->-^' : ••.^•'••> - ••:••?&'••-•• • • • Ottosen — Kermit Fowler had a birthday March IB, at which iime his friends IhoflgflrtitrWas. tbo busy with the Market Day Sale, so they came a week later on March 23 for a surprise party. Attending were Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and Eldon, Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer, Mr and Mrs Fred Kampen, Mr and Mrs Morgan Hagen, Oliver Christianson, Mr and Mrs Lester Wchrspann, Mr and Mrs H. J. Nielson, also Mr and Mrs Gerald Shiflett and Howard Lc-Lst, Mrs Mark Fowler and Edna of Humboldt. Master Sergeant and Mrs Lowell Kropf and family left for Arkansas Sunday evening after spending 10 days with his parents, Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf. Sunday Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf and their five sons enjoyed a family dinner at the Marvin Kropf restaurant at Bode. Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth went out to dinner Sunday and when ihey arrived home their children were there to help them celebrate their 43rd wedding anniversary. Attending were Mr and Mrs Robert Naeve of Da- kola City, Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and family,., ,Mr -and • Mrs RichSrd" Kinseth arid family, Jerry Kinseth and Ernestine Dall of-Bradgate. The,;Mount,O. Kinseths of Afgona weTe'urtable^to, attend, Mrs John Naeve of Humboldt was also a guest. Students home 'for the Easter Holiday were Donald Kemna, Jerry' Wehrspann and Kenneth Struthers, Ronald Ellingson and Delbert Wehrspann, Peter and Priscilla Holt and Martin" vMal- 'tnin, Martha Usher, Charles Lovig, Nancy Cooper, Patty Cooper, Patty and Judy Struthers. Wanda Jacobson who teaches at Hubbard was also home. Mr and Mrs Roger Madsen ot Blair, Neb. came Thursday to spend the Easter vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Chester Aime. Mrs Madsen will also spend this week here. Other Easier Sunday guests at the Almes' were Mr and Mrs John Madsen, Joan and Don of Bradgate. I- Men who are loud and-noisy 'seldom are a howling success. with contemporary simpltctty, A delicately traced, kef* and-serott pattern in &£& goW, ' sknder rippkd gold edge giDe Orleans $ rich owra of heirloom elegance, 5-pc, place setting >s

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