The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1959
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0 WANS.... GufSt fcaluihnis't', this 'week Lee • VHMU -'e^^Utive sectetary o£ the Arrowhead with neadquai-tfers in Duluth. Led lives yau & comprehensive f6i*6* cast ;e'f .Northern .Minnesota's 1959 tbtfrist Season. .lnBral •njMo» erblntd Ma* Oak Mfor, VM FULLER TV TON! QUALITY Ont 4*-ip«ak«r with Alnico 5 maflntl for . • •' vt fiMii ' ; HEADACHES b«eau«* ZynilK, * Handcrafttd I thouli no pri /. «ircuit«, , -. " ^fe 1MMO volt* ,*f ptduit Mw«r > Clnllin** Mctutt •P«ll-Pu»hpn/O«Cenlr«l ' Picture Gtat • ' : ' ^» »••»••• • ••••* •••••*•••«•••«•••••••••«•• t't <f< ••«•»• »«"•"•« tV r.>; v;-''?-.' ; v v,-'^ *, : - "-.•••4:*-.*-' > •• 214 E. State, '" Phone CY 4-4651 . •-•' > i'- ''•.".{•' to doibusmess .... . ^ ,, ,. <.'• ' • '>'.\ ' '- y ''-'VV ' • -t-^f'. ' ' ~A growing fleet of spedal.purpose cars for-quicker load. ing and damaged ree 'transport— < \ J ^,;,, ^ *''„,« Flexi-Van.sCTVjce between key stations prpyiding rail-highway/ door-tb^dobr "delivery at low rates^--^ " ", ' < automatic .yards w to expedite handling., yoiur shipments- centralized ! traffic control and radio\ conuhiinications .'to keep your shipment on time and bur costa"down so we can keep rates low — ; . - , - -j ',,.,. • - • 100%'diesel l and electric power for top dependability-through passenger .trains having the latest mechanical features to give you comfort and safety at low cost — aut , conditioning arid smooth roadbed. Perhaps of even greater importance than technological advances is the element of friendliness, ,. ( >,. " . , \Your patronage or your inquiry is always welcome,^ ( ' Consult your nearest Milwioukir* Rood Agent — !• ' . •»> - ' • *.t V-. ' >•' ' V THE MILWAUKEE ROAD 'I! Fishing for fun again seems to the theme for Iowa' fishermen in the famous Minnesota Arrowhead country. Iowa ranks in the top three states that come -to Minnesota '„ each year and their number 'one interest, appears - to- be -fishingi Iowa's^ felose.'proxi- mitjt tb,the land of TdnlthoifsancJ Lakes 'make, it just' a 'hop, skip, and a .-jump from ,th£ everyday chofes^to a, "weekend 6f,>fuh. and relakatio'rf. '• Iowans,f tob,* \ ar0 famous for making,, three or foui} "weekend trips each- year in" addU ion td also taking- their annual Vacations in Northeastern Min-2 rtesota.' 'There is~no doubt that Iowa makes a great 'contribution ;oward making Minnesota the' leading state in number of fishing licenses sold. Because of the great size of .the (Minnesota Arrowhead Country (20,000 square miles, with more -than 7,000 of Minnesota's lakes) 1 lowan's have at their disposal a great selection of resorts ' and favorite fishing - sp9ts from -which to choose. Accommodations to fit every requirement, and every pocketbook are to be found 'here. ' * , * * 1959 SEASON FORECAST EXCELLENT . Now, -wMth .many of the sport and travel shows already history for 1959, it appears as though this year will be another outstanding vacation and travel year for Minnesota. Advance requests for information and reservations are running at a high peak- Minnesota's fishing resorts, many of which swing, in to action in early May, report high interest from Iowa and Illinois enthusiasts. Although lake ice is reported heavy at this time, it is expected to be out in plenty of time for t the opening. A good fishing opening is always assurance of, a good season ahead. Arrowhead country accomodations are always making improvements and additions to satisfy the .increasing ; number of > new < vacationers each year arid early reservationsi'by Did guests are an indication oi the continuing popularity of this area. SC.ENIC ROUTES TO MINNESOTA VACATION AREAS One o'f the most scenic high-' ways to travel, enrpute to the. Gopher state's vacation areas, is' through the Hiawatha Valley. This is known as the "Scenic Route", through La Crescent, Winona, Wabasha, Lake City, Red Wing 'and Hastings. At Winona you'll see Garvin Heights and famous Sugar Loaf hill. Othei points of interest in the Hiawatha Valley include many roadside parking areas, state parks, many beautiful bluffs, etc. At Red Wing visitors enjoy touring the famous Red Wing potteries. Other southern Minnesota attractions 'include the famous Mayo Clinip'at Rochester, attracting many visitors each year. • . Recognizing that fishing in Minnesota improves further north in the state, lowans .together with fishermen from Illinois, the Dakotas, and most all mid- west states) have ma~de the Minnesota. Arrowhead country the famous fishing area it is. State Game and Fish officials predict a "better-than-ever" fishing year and it will be our pleasure if you and your friends come to fish •with us..- As' always our welcome mat is out and we say "come to the Arrowhead ... come for fun and relaxation." We know you'll be glad you did! ttf and -. JeftS^n find Otl^^ift of. Fe torn spent ^tfie 4 weekend , at Wttfetfthft, 'Mlf-mY fitting 1 .ttaflf, aunt, Mrs ttena t^tsen and iafft* 1 y m ahd' M& : Attest Jensen: and Jerrt* spent the Easter weekend at trte- Bon Jensen home «i Hacliensack.'Minn,' . , ' ' Mr and Mrs James Long, Mt and >Irs Leo Ramus and Everett Householder were callers Saturday tevening at the Oweii Berhow The Scntral Band Mother's met Wednesday night at, the Sentral school with the following on the committee: Mesdnmes Florence Bchnc,- Amos'Finnestad, Victor Strueeker, ElrvSrt Bordhardt, William Knoll and Ray Greyer. / , Mr and Mrs James ^Long, Mrs Emma Hui;lburt;' Mr and Mrs Laurence Rath, Mr nnd Mrs Clin> ton Rath, Mr, and, Mrs' Maurice Weisbrdd, QeWgc -Rath, Mr ana Mrs Harvey Rath and Mr arid Mrs Bert'.Olson of Algona, Mt and Mrs W. H. Riedel - of BUrt and Mrs Fred! Rath of Swea City,all attended the funeral of their uncle, ftonry Rath, at the Lutheran church Friday afternoon at Buffalo Lake, Mirm. Mr nnd Mrs Joe Gaet* of Shel* don came Saturday evening fo visit at the Dnv£ Weber home. Mr Gael?, returned homfe Sunday evening and Mrs Gnctz will visit for a few days* Mr and Mrs Delmnr Fisher nnd Stove visited Sunday evening nt the home of Mr nnd Mrs Ed Priebo of Fcntofi. Mr nnd Mrs Roeor Long and Durwin, Mr nnd Mrs Jnmes Long wore Sunday evening supper guests at the Dcwoy Johnson homo nt Lcdynrd. Mr nnd Mrs Jrss Blanchard Jr. /•ntertnincd her parents, M.r nnd Mrs H K. Drown of DPS Moittes ns guests over thf weekend. Lannv Kissner has been ronl sick with the measlcR the past week. Mrs Wilfred Radia attended tho Knock - Rowe wedding at Burt Sniurday evening. Mr nnd Mrs Dnle Wognor and family visik-d at the Fred WCR- ,ner homo Tuesday evening. Wed' ncsday evening they ^visited nt tho Harvey Rnth homo,'the Rnths 'had Rotten home Hint' morning from Tampn, Floridn whore tliey hnd been for the winter, j . Callers nl the home of 'Mrs •/Hurvcy Lnrson, who has boon convftleRelttR wore ^Ir find Walter Brandow o? Algona and Mr and Mrs Jesse Grubb, Mr and Mrs Charles Gollncr.of Wesley and Mrs Wayne Drone and Mr and Mrs Ed Lnrson of BifH. Mr ftnd> Mrs Ralph Thombson and Lfivonne, Joanne McCfeisti and Mr and Mrs John Long at Ackloy were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Art Long end Bernard. Mrs Frank Flni« Kvl the cast removed from her leg nnd foot Saturday morning after, six weeks. Mr nnd Mrs George Klssnor entertained nt, a card pnrty Thursday evening, Guests wero the Onrencc Zumachs", 'Donnld Radigs, Wm. ZumnChs of Eslher- ville and Harold Gross of Whittemore. Elsie Willrett of Algona wns dinner guest Sunday nt the Frnnk Flnig home.' Aprtt J e? Tom Hutchison, son of Mr and He »t* lH«n«il", Mrs T. C. Hutchison, Algona, ha's is & fresftWan at been elected to the hotr&e court- gradaute of Algona Science Shrinks Meg New Way Without Sufgerjf Stops Itch—Relieves Pain Vc.rk, S. V. < VI") - Fof ttl« flrat tim« scif>nei> hns fount! ft ttM# hfftjlng substance with the flulon- t»hiiiR ability to shrink hemorrhoids »tui> Itching, nnd relieve putn — without »urfrery. In cn« nTler ense, tyhlle gently relieving pnin, actual reduction (itUHnkttitft) tnok plftca. M <><-,(, nninr.intcof nil—rrsnlU w<jn» no Ihorouicb that miltftrpra like "?!!«• have wftsfld to b« a problefnl" The *f>crct is » new heftllntf tofe* Htnnce (Blo^Dyne*)—diotovery of ^ « wofld-famoas research Jn«litut«. This Hubtutttee ii now available IP mippotitorji or oMmeiil farm under the name /VepawtHan #,* At your drufcfcUt. Monfty back guarantee. •n«f. u. 9. put. o*. With fc/fl Si&wHwp '" S F? and price t. .', w/fft //i : - >J .foreign cars foo crowded -•The compact quality car! BETTER BY FAR WITH A BMHD HEW CAR^GQ RAMBLER! And we can help you buy it at low * bank rates* A GOOD BANK TO TIE TO 10 K* !,(* *J«M Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Algona, Iowa Announcing The Change Of Location Of The LAW OFFICE H. J. McNERTNEY From 112 North Thorington St. To 2 EAST STATE ST. (Formerly The Security State Bank) MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 SALES START AT 2:00 P.M. 7:30 P.M. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD!I DON'T MISS THIS BIG EVENT! V '••, " ;, l Beclroom Suites ~ Dinette Sets Lamps - End Tables - Mattresses — Hassocks — I i * < t '" f & ' Chairs - Desks V Mirrors - Book Cases - Etc, * "i Sale Held in Titonka Colliseum. FURNITURE TITQNKA, IOWA Dear Friends, i As many of you know, I have sold my funeral business and building in Titonka to Allen Blake of LuVerne, Consequently I must sell my large stock of furniture at auction tP clear the building in the shortest time possible Thousands of dollars worth of new furniture will be sold to the highest bidder during the', three big days of our auction sale, giving you the biggest furniture bargains you've ever heard - t of, , • • < '"-:. I wpuld like to take this opportunity toy; thank pur many friends and qjistomers for the»r wonderful patronage and support in the 29 yean>~ that we have been in Titonka. |t has been very,.,; pleasant serving the people pf this *— for so many years, In order |o give yow ample room is,WWJS$V this furniture, we. will hold ,the. t 88l9 Jn;^t ,1>» \ fonka Qollisewm. Come in beforejhe look oyer Jhif full line of new * " ' it is convenient for you. Picfc you are interested in, asd fee when,we put i! up for sale. 'Again let me express rj your past patronage snJJta the big $*4ay_ auction ~ "- **' -4 •

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