The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1959
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•'• »•>' - Friday and Saturday/ April 10 & 11 ' ' auttuij . i'ufj L _"j' V? C'" \ < -.P^v-1 rw* Some Lucky Person Will Win This WESTERN AUTO V/IZARD , DeLuxe 16 ft. Upright FOOD FREEZER Store—Register ifoiir Name NO PURCHASE NECESSARY , NO SLOGANS TO WRITE ~\ Special WALL PAINT Bargain ; ( for thiifty Home Decorators Rubber Base WALL PAINT Use on any interior painted or unpainted surface of plaster, wallboard, brick, wallpaper, unglazed tile or. composition type material. • Dries in less than 1 hour • No laps, streaks or brush marks • Apply with brush or roller • Easy clean-up with soap and water • Latest decorator colors SO 98 3 GAL *BUY;I^OVV AT Mz OF RETAIL BOOK PRICE Our everyday prices on Wallpaper carried in 1 stock are less than estab* lished Retail Book Prices,but',,, during this special sale you can *** : MUCH MORE, ' Buy How «f \k of Refujf Book Prices '< - -' .,' ,••'-,'' - - .- All sldewall papers carried In, stock included- Not juit odd> and ench Of t/ ibQff I9tvbvt'fln t 9 Stwdio, qnjl P^orqtpr pon^rni 1 MMded along '" ' "' ' ' Sale Starts Friday, 8 a. m. We havet f«C6ritty pxirehased the\ Doyls Paint Associate Store here in Algona, and we want all of, you folkt to come In ar\d gel acquainted during our tilgjNew Owner's Sale. Take advantage of tho speetdl offers Mn .this ad, and be sure to register for the free prize draWlrtgXon the Food Freezer. . < • ? '• ,', Sincerely, Bob Reding Less Than ri - «—"" • • * v <• / - „. .,,,<. v utitv "~"L at our store on Saturday, April! 8th ' '— '• •'OTV- . A v -; v. PORCH-FLOOR ENAMEL v ) ^ , j 11 ' * ? \ ^ ^ A ' fop quality Davit Porch-Floor Darnel for Inside or outside use. Withstands traffic wear on any * > ^ " t ( tali's ' walking surface. Ideal for outdoor furniture, work benches, pipes, and many other uses. Use on wood, metal, linoleum, or concrete. Provides smooth tile-like finish. Choice of 12 Colors Regular Price m* '"—"•""-"<« 00 mmm m Quart WT WFQuart DAVIS EVER-BRIGHT Choice of WHITE and U COLORS Famous Davis EVcr-BrFght Qualify, WHITE its self-cleaning—fume and gas resistant. COLORS made from fade-resistant pigments. , Regular A Gallon Davis House Paint Primer Also At This Sale Pries A Gallon in 5's lOc a' gallon higher in 1's . DA-LUXE Non-Yellowing White Enamel Purina this sale you get a FULL HALF PfNT at !••» than half prict. Die on any palntable sur« face intide or out, Da-Luxe goes ] an whiter-stays white. • Finish looks like, porcelain «-» stands ' repeated washing,., • Ref. Price Price on DAVIS FLOOR & TRIM } VARNISH Quality varnish made for use on interior floors and interior trim such as woodwork, baseboard, etc., Acid and grease resistant. Withstands frequent scrubbing and will not turn white. Flows evenly and freely and is self- leveling. Scrub and mar-proof. ... $3.60 .. $1.11 GALLONS Reg. $7,21 now QUARTS Reg. $2.22 now 94 Limif— r2 cam' to a person To Tha .Fjrst 300 Women L Who Come Into Our Store PACKAGE OF 100 JMPORTED NEEDUS Assorted Sixes Plus Handy Needle . Threader Get yours while supply lasts. No necessary, SPECIAL BARGAIN j ' Regular $2.49 LAUNDRY BASKET Full Bushel Size DURABLE PLASTIC • Rust Proof • Unbreakable • Snag Proof •i Sanitary limit — 1 to a Customer SEAM RIPPER and Buttori Hole Fr!., Sa»^ and Monday : Limit Hot . cuttomtt R»g. 55e Value! Thli handy jttm It indllpentable for all tewing ana alteration work. Rlpi i«ami quickly, cuti itltehcd button holei, cuts off buttons, removei inapi, pick* thrtadi neatly and tafely. Will iav* you time and material. Hardened hand-• ground tteel blade will itay iharp ... flti In cap for >afe (tor'age. Every homewlfo that'tewi will want one of these. Get youn today at thli tpeclal price. Snack Sets 69c Each $2.50 Set of 4 Reg. $1.00 Each $3.75 Set of 4 English Bone China Cups & Saucers $1.50 Each Reg. $2.25 - $30.0 ft STATE ST, AIGONA, IOWA ASSOCIATE STORE CAU CY 4-4253 Cup & Saucer Sets 79c Reg. Price $1.00 ALGONA UPPER DES AlOONA, IOWA, THURSOAY, AWttL Golden Wedding Observed By Titonka Folks, Sunday ?m <»Kf m &A ,&& -, *f I F»V] Mr and Mrs Harm Harringa Mi" and Mrs 1-lnrm Harringu, ifetlmo Titonka residents, wore lonorod on thgir golden wedding anniversary, Sunday, April 5, at he Immjinucl Lutheran Church n Lnkotu with open house from to 5 p.m.. Minnie Senne and Harm Haringa were married March 24, 000, at the home of the bride's >ardnt.v the late Mr and Mrs )ick Senne at Woden by tho Rev. A. G. Wellner, They lived or 4 years near the Ramsey Re- ormed Church north of Titonka and for the last ,46 years at the present home cast of Titonka'. They were the parents of 11 children: John, Dick, Mrs Erwin (Martha) Schwarz of Lakota, Mrs Ralph (Louise) DeVrics of Hol-» land, Mrs Robert (Ilean) Ladd of Nealsvillc, Wis., Mrs Don (Lorraine) Siefken of Wellsburg, Mrs Howard (Leta Mae) Davis of Garner, Harold, San Diego, Cal., Mrs Jim (Marcella) Maham, Lancaster, Calif., Mrs Bob (Bernicel Peebles of Japan and Eugene oi Waterloo. There are 18 grand-, children. (Mason City Globe Gazette Cut) VFW Auxiliary At Swea City Has Election ,,/<•"-•"•" Swea City — The VEW Auxiliary has elected officers^Jor-tJia coming year: President, Mrs Gordon 1 Jones'! Senior Vice President, Mrs George Eden; Junior Vice President, Mrs Don Forshee; Treasurer, Mrs Virginia Strayer; Conductress, Mrs jEt>rl Kvamsdale; Chaplain, Mrs Nordine Danielson; Trustee,,Mrs Otto Kelly; Guard, Mra- George Macknmul. A report of the years activities was jiven. New members were taken in. i New Arrival Marian . Lorraine Anderson, weighing 7 pounds 14 ounces was born March 16, to, Mr and Mrs Richard Anderson. Rev. and Mrs A. M. Youngquist of Laurens former pastor at Swea City and Bancroft are maternal grandparents. Homemakers Meet Harrison Township Homemakers met Tuesday with Mrs R. E. Ridge, Mrs Alfred Anderson gave the lesson. Birthday Honors Wednesday afternoon the neighbor friends of Mrs Jacob Peterson, 78, honored her with a birthday party. They gave her a birthday gift of groceries. Those present were Rev. and Mrs Leroy Pillman, Mrs J. E. Harner, Mrs Walter Peterson, Mrs Wm, Boland, Mrs Elmer Nelson, Mrs John Nyman, Mrs-'Art E. Anderson, Mrs Robert Bexell, Mrs Grace Baker and Mrs Eva Hanson. Goes To Rest Home Billies Moore, 88, long time resident of Swea City was taken to the Curtis Rest Home at Burt for care. Mr and Mrs Dale Smouse of Cop* Rapids. They enjoyed a familj dinner at the Don Smouse h'oml on Sunday. ' Mr and Mrs Walter Mino an{ family and Mr and Mrs Tom Pres* ton and Larinda were SundaJ dinner guests'of Mr and Mrs Sam Link. ' • ' ) ' Neighbors of Mr and Mrs Mor« t /fis Johannesen gave them'a fare* well .party lastj Tuesday, evenina,« They are moving west of tSwea '' City. Those'attending the'party were Mr and Mrs Junior Helmke,-" Mr and Mrs Donald Koons, Mr£ and Mrs Joe jDhnsdrnahd*'Mj > .arid > A Mrs Jim Preston. The Johanne- sens are moving, this week. An-' other Johannesen brother -will 1 farm the land. Mr and Mrs Junior Helmke and family visited last week, at the home of Mr and Mrs Carroll Helmke of Renwick. Kathleen Helmke was confirmed from, the Renwick Lutheran church that' day. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Derwood Voigt were Mr and Mrs Richard Hengle and Karen of Amboy, Minn., Mr and Mrs Art Voigt, Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and Nadine of Fenton. , < Mr and Mrs Clarence Tokheim of Jewell were Friday nite sup-, per guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Link. Mr and Mrs Myron Baker of Fairmont, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Grace Baker and Mrs Eva Hanson. Ih the after-, noon they all called at the Louis Hanson home at Burt. Mr and Mrs Merlyn' Beckler of Skidmore, Mo'., and Jim Hamer of Fayette w,ere weekend guests of their parents, Mr and Mrs George Harner. Rev. and Mrs Marvin Palmquist, Mark and Annette of Hastings, Minn., spent from Sunday evening till Tuesday with' Mrs Palmquist's parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Bexell. Mrs Joe Skarpness .spent the Easter Vacation with, her sister and family, Mr and Mrs E. W:. Hai'der of Garner. • 12 Herds Rote Mr and Mrs Harold Krantz^arid children were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and-Mrs V. E. Hazelhoff. Mrs Daisy Engstrom was honored by a surprise birthday party Saturday evening at the Chester Fisher home, Mr and Mrs Ed Stewart and boys spent the Easter weekend at Colesburg visiting Mrs Stewart's brother and family, Mr and Mrs Bob Sigsbee and children were Wednesday nite dinner guests of Mr anq Mrs, Tean Tague. Mr and Mrs Wm, Boland and children were Sunday Dinner guests of Mrs Martha Qllenburg of Garner. , Sunday guests pf Mr and Irvjn Smith pf Armstrong were Mrs Ctyga Schwartz, •* ' Harold, Evelyn and Betty, M* »««* Mrs Edwin Schwartz ana family Mr and Mrs Manfred Bo§v " ays, Fred,ie Stacker -and', mith all of Swea. Qn, " Mrs Art Pooay an.<; topna, Mr an,d Mrs mier and Mrs A High For Twenty-five Herds -were tested' on the D.H.I.A. • plant with. 520 cows in milk and 33 cgwg dry, during March, according to*For*. ' rest Hofbauer,' Swea City, supervisor. " ' . ^ Twelve herds average4 over 40,,lb, of butterfat per cow*. They- are those of Milton Madison^ Ralph • Walker, Jr., John T Glen Rasmussen Farm,Bierstedt, Edwin Erwin Gremmejs, Dale C. H. Wilhelmi, "' Leander- Har-ms, , , -'^ ," Qows qompletmg:' Storm Uke Mr and Mrs. pecj} and Mr and MJ-R y'" and bpys with Ji/Jr Stow and girls Q| joyepl their Easter Mrs Cors Stow ol I, Mr and Mrs PrjwMt children spent

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