The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 25
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1959
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Friday and Saturday, April 10 & 11 Sale Starts Friday, 8 a. m. Some Lucky Person Will Win This WESTERN AUTO WIZARD Deluxe 16 ft. Upright FOOD FREEZER Just Visit Our Store - Register Your Name NO PURCHASE NECESSARY NO SLOGANS TO WRITE This freezer vtfll be given *o the lucky person whose name ft drawn at the public drawing in our store. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN. '.':••., • i Drawing to-bebelt! at our stbrVorCSdfurday, April! 8th Special WALL PAINT Bargain for thrifty 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 mirks • Apply with brush or roller • Easy clean-up with soap and water • Latest decorator colors SO 98 3 GAL PRICE SALE *BUY NOW AT >/2 OF RETAIL BOOK PRICE —""••^•^••••^"•l U.P Our everyday prices on Wallpaper carried in stock are less than established Retail Book Prices but . , , during this special sgle you cairsav* MUCH MORE, Buy Now of '/2 of Retail Book Prices All sidewqll papers carried in stock included. Not just oddt and ends or short lots, but fine Studio and Decorator pa! terns included along with popular priced papers. We have recently purchased the Davis Paint Associate Store here in Algona, and we want all of you folks to come in and get acquainted during our big New Owner's Sale. Take advantage of the special offers in this ad, and be sure to register for the free prize drawing on the Food Freezer. Sincerely, Bob Reding less Than Price SPECIAL BARGAIN Regular $2.49 PORCH-FLOOR ENAMEL Top quality Davis Porch-Floor Enamel for inside or outside use. Withstands traffic wear on any 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 Quart Quart LAUNDRY BASKET Full Bushel Size DURABLE PLASTIC • Rust Proof • Unbreakable • Snag Proof •i Sanitary Limit — 1 to a Customer SEAM RIPPER and Button Hole Cutter DAVIS EVER-BRIGHT House Choice of WHITE and 12 COLORS Famous Davis Ever-Bright Qualify. WHITE is self-cleaning—fume and gas resistant. COLORS made from fade-resistant pigments. Davis House Pain! Primer Also At This Sale Price A Gallon in 5's lOc a- gallon higher in 1's DA-LUXE Non-Yellowing White Enamel During this sole you get a FULL HALF PINT at less than half price. Use on any paintabl* surface Inside or out. Da-Luxe goes on white—stays white. Finish looks like porcelain — stands repeated washing. Reg. Price 94' 1/4 Pint On.-H.lf hot Limit—2 cans to a person 39 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. GALLONS Reg. $7.21 now QUARTS Reg. $2.22 now To The First 300 Women Who Come Into Our Store PACKAGE OF 100 IMPORTED NEEDLES Plus Handy Needle Threader Get yours while supply lasts. No purchase necessary. REDING'S DAVIS PAINT 3 E. STATE ST. ALGONA, IOWA ASSOCIATE STORE CALL CY 4-4253 Fri., Sat., ond Monday Limit Hot customer Rig. 55c Valu»l This handy item It indispensable for all sewing and alteration work. Rips seams quickly, cuts stitched button holes, cuts off buttons, removes snaps, picks threads neatly and safely. Will save you lime and material. Hardened hand- ground steel blade will stay sharp . . . fits in cap for safe storage. Every housewife that sews will want one of these. Get yours today at (his special 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 Cup & Saucer Sets 79c Reg. Price $1.00 ALGONA UPPER DES M01NES ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1959 Golden Wedding Observed By Titonka Folks, Sunday Mr and Mrs Harm Harringa Mr and Mrs Harm Harringa, lifetime Tito'nka residents, were honored on their golden wedding anniversary, Sunday, April 5, at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Lakota with open house from 2 to 5 p.m.. Minnie Senne and Harm Harringa were married March 24, 1909, at the home of the bride's parents, the late Mr and Mrs Dick Senne at Woden by thu Rev. A. G. Wellner. They lived for 4 years near the Ramsey Reformed 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) DeVries of Holland, Mrs Robert (Ilean) Ladd of Nealsvillc, Wis., Mrs Don (Lorraine) Sietken of Wellsburg, Mrs Howard (Leta Mae) Davis of Garner, Harold, San Diego, Cal., Mrs Jim (Marcella) Maham, Lancaster, Calif., Mrs Bob (Bernicei Peebles of Japan and Eugene ol Waterloo. There arc 18 grandchildren. (Mason City Globe Gazette Cut) VFW Auxiliary At Swea City Has Election Swea City — The VFW Auxiliary has elected officers for th< coming year: President, Mrs Gor don Jones; Senior Vice President, Mrs George Eden; Junior Vice President, Mrs Don Forshee; Treasurer, Mrs Virginia Strayer; Conductress, Mrs E^rl Kvamsdale; Chaplain, Mrs Nordine Danielson; Trustee, Mrs Otto Kelly; Guard, Mrs George Mackamul. A report of the years activities was fjivcn. New members were taken in. New Arrival Marian • Lorraine Anderson, weighing 7 pounds 14 ounces was jorn March 1G, to Mr and Mrs Richard Anderson. Rev. and Mrs A. M. Youngquist of Laurens 'ormer pastor at Swea City and Bancroft are maternal grandparents. iomemakers Meet Harrison Township Homemak- s met Tuesday with Mrs R. E. lidge, Mrs Alfred Anderson gave he lesson. Birthday Honors Wednesday afternoon the neighbor friends of Mrs Jacob Peterson, 7!!, honored her with a birthday party. They gave her a birth- clay gift of groceries. Those present wore Rev. and Mrs Leroy Pillman, Mrs J. E. Harner, Mrs Walter Peterson, Mrs Wm. • Boand, Mrs Elmer Nelson, Mrs John Nyman, Mrs Art E. Andern, Mrs Robert Bexell, Mrs Grace Baker and Mrs Eva Han- Goes To Rest Home Billie Moore, 81), long time resident of Swea City was taken to the Curtis Rest Home at Hurt for care. Mr and Mrs Harold Krantz and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs V. E. Hanel huff. Mrs Daisy Engstrom was honored by a surprise: birthday party Saturday evening at the Chester Fisher homo. Mr and Mrs Ed Stewart and boys spent the Easter weekend ut C'olesburg visiting Mrs Stewart's brother and family. Mr and Mrs Bob Sigsbee and children were Wednesday nite dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Jean Tague. Mr and Mrs Wm. Boland and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Martha Ollenburg of Garner. Easter Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Irvin Smith of Armstrong were Mrs Olgu Schwartz, Irvin, Harold, Evelyn and Betty, Mr and Mrs Edwin Schwartz and family, Mr and Mrs Manfred Boever and boys, Frt'die Sleeker and James Smith all of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Art Doocy and girls of Owa- lonna, Mi- and Mrs Gus Simmons- mier and Mrs Anna Weise of Ledyard, Fred Simmonsmicr of Storm Lake and Don Johnson of Lakota. Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfrc-dson, and Mr and Mrs Mervin Johnson and boys with Mr and Mrs W. E. Stow and girls of Humboldt enjoyed their Easter dinner with Mrs Cora Stow of Burl. Mr and Mrs Frank Smouse and Mr and Mrs Dale Smouse of Cool Rapids. They enjoyed a familj dinner at the Don Smouse homt on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Walter Mino an< family and Mr and Mrs Tom Preston and Larinda were SundaJ dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Sara Link. i Neighbors of Mr and Mrs Morris Johannesen gave them a farewell party last Tuesday evening. They are moving west of Swea City. Those attending the party' were Mr and Mrs Junior Helmke, Mr and Mrs Donald Koons, Mr and Mrs Joe Jqhnspn and Mr and Mrs Jim Preston. The Johanne-" sens are moving this week. Another Johannesen brother will 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 Vtr and Mrs Richard Hengle and :<Caren of Ainboy, Minn., Mr and Mrs Art Voigt, Mr and Mrs Dala Voigt and family, Mr and Mr* Dale Weisbrod and Nadine ot 'enton. Mr and Mrs Clarence Tokheim of Jewell were Friday nite supper guests of Mr and Mrs Sam ink. Mr and Mrs Myron Baker of Fairmont, were Sunday dinner juests of Mrs Grace Baker and VIrs Eva Hanson. In the afternoon they all called at the Louis -lanson home at Hurt. Mr and Mrs Merlyn Beckler of Skidmore, Mo., and Jim Harner f Fayette were weekend guests of heir parents, Mr and Mrs George ilarner. 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. Harder of Garner. 12 Herds Rate High For March Twenty-fivo herds were tested on the D.I1.I.A. plan with 520 I'ows in milk and 33 cows dry during March, according to Forrest Hofbauer, Swea City, DI1IA supervisor. Twelve herds averaged over 40 lb. of butterfat per cow. They are those of Milton Madison, Ralph Walker, Jr., John Ru«er, Glen Rasmussen Farm, Ililbert Bierstedt, Edwin Wichtendahl, Erwin Gremmels, Dale Schroeder, C. II. Wilhelmi, Harry Bartelt, Leander Menke and Martin Harms. Cows completing production over 400 lb. butterfat were owned by Alvin Boettcher, Leander Menke, Sidney Payne (7) anil John Ruger (4). In Speech Contest Joan Goecke, Kathy Prothman and Madonna Giseli received Division II ratings in the State Speech Contest held at Storm Lake April l>-4. They received certificates and are entitled to wear the sterling silver key pin of the Iowa High School Speech Association. Judy Schumacher, who had also received a I rating in the district contest, was unable to attend because of illness. Last year she won a Division I rating and the gold key pin in the field children spent Saturday nite with of radio speaking.

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