The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1959
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ALLNEW SWIVEL BASEfortonvenient any angle TV viewmgl tut FMMONT, M«M CUM. it- «.^n «<». mm. w? ^ K t ttlonoulor fiavrt or«c. In groined Wolnut or groinx) Mohoo. «.y o» ecoirml |lm| <M «*». W k*h, 7$f wtit, 17& SPEAKERS RICHER, FULLER TV TONE QUALITY One 7'// ond on* 4* ipeoktr with Alnico 5 mogntl for world's fiiwil TV found LESS SERVICI HEADACHES btcouu Zenith Hondcrofled horiienlol chouh *»s no production shortcut*, no printed. tircuili. ItJOOO ™»t * fttton rout, • Gnthiufi Htl** • bnuMn» Htlun Tub. Olati • Ten* Control • tlgM Fr.nt fop Tvnlnt • Pull-ruth On/OH Control.* Iwy <M flefurt Otai • Spotlit* Dloi Kossuth Radio 214 E. State, Phone CY 4-4651 'A good Railroad to do business A growing fleet of special purpose care for quicker loading and damage-free transport— Flexi-Van service between key stations providing rail-highway, door-to-door delivery at low rates — automatic yards to expedite handling your shipments— centralized traffic control and radio communications to keep your shipment on time and our coste down so we can keep rates low — 100% diesel and electric power for top dependability- through passenger trains having the latest mechanical features to give you comfort and safety at low cost— air conditioning and smooth roadbed. Perhaps of even greater importance than technological advances is the element of friendliness. your patronage or your inquiry is always welcome. Contull yow nearest Milwaukee Road Agent m THE MILWAUKEE ROAD UUHTING and by STU MANN Editor Of Minnesota Outdoors ARROWHEAD COUNTRY LURES IOWANS.... Guest columnist this week is Lee Vann, executive secretary of the Arrowhead Association with headquarters in Duluth. Leo gives you a comprehensive forecast of Northern Minnesota's 1959 tourist season. * * * Fishing for fun again seems to be the theme for Iowa fishermen in the famous Minnesota Arrowhead country. Iqwa ranks in the top three states that come to Minnesota each year and their number one interest appears to be fishing. Iowa's close proximity to the 1 land of Teh Thousand Lakes-make it just a hop, skip, and a jump from the everyday chores ,to a weekend <of -fun and relaxation. lowans, 'too, .are famous for making three or four weekend trips each year in addition to also taking thoir annual vacations in Northeastern Minnesota. There is no doubt that Iowa makes a great contribution toward 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) lowan's have at their disposal a great selection of resorts and favorite fishing spots from which to choose. Accommodattons to fit every requirement and every pocketbook are to be found here. * * * 1959 SEASON FORECAST EXCELLENT Now, with 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 into action in early May, report 1 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 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 -and -early reservations, by old guests are an indication oj the continuing popularity of this area. * * * SCENIC ROUTES TO MINNESOTA VACATION AREAS One of the most scenic highways to travel, enroute 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 Clinic 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 made the Minnesota Arrowhead country tho 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! With big '59 van «#»'" s/z <» and P r/ce • •'• ™ th ''"feu© Jonign cars too crowded - ' GO RflnflblGT-Tbe compact quality car Ramblar'* selling foster than ever because Rambler has more to offer: bigger savings, smart new styling, easier parking, roomy comfort for six. Try Personalized Comfort: separate sectional sofa front seats. Go Rambler, six or V-8, and save hundreds of dollars. New 100-inch wheelbase RAMBLER AMERICAN $1835 Suggested deliveied Wfc« at Kenoilu. Wise., lor 2-door sedan at lell. Sljt« and toed I Uxe* II any, autuiiulic Udtii- Oiiuion ind opl ion i I equipment. «*Ua. DAU'S GARAGE, 125 S. DODGE LIVE BY FAR WITH A BRAHD HEW CAR-GO RAMBLER! LONE ROCK Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen, Tena Jensen and Otto Jensen of Fenton spent the weekend at Wanasha, Minn, visiting their aunt, Mrs Tena Larscn and family. Mr and Mrs Ernest Jensen and Jerry spent the Easter weekend at the Don Jensen home at, Hackensack, Minn. Mr and Mrs James Long, Mr and Mrs Leo Ranius and Everett Householder were callers Saturday evening at the Owen Bcrhow home. The Sentral Band Mothers met Wednesday night at the Sentral school with the following on the committee: Mesdames Florence Behnc, Amos Finnestacl, Victor Struecker, Ervin Borchardt, William Knoll and Ray Dreyer. Mr and Mrs James Long, Mrs Err.rna Hurlburt, Mr and Mrs Laurence Rath, Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, George Rath, Mr nna Mrs Harvey Rath and Mr and Mrs Bert Olson of Algona, Mr and Mrs W. ,H. Riedel of Burt and Mrs Fred Rath of Swea City all attended the funeral of their uncle, Henry Rath, at. Ihe Luthcrnn church Friday afternoon at Buffalo Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs Joe Gaotz of Sheldon came Saturday evening to visit at the Dave Weber home. Mr Gaetz returned homo Sunday evening and Mrs Gael/ will visit for a few days. Mr and Mrs Delmar Fisher and, Stove visited Sunday evening at (ho home of - Mr and Mrs Ed Priobe of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Roger Long and Dunvin. Mr and Mrs James Long were Sunday evening supper guests at the Dewcy Johnson home at Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Jess Blnnchard Jr. entertained her parents, Mr and Mrs H. K. Drown' of Dos Moincs ns guests over the weekend. Lannv Kissner has been real .«ick with the measles the past week. Mrs Wilfred Radig attended tho Kueck - Rowe wedding at Burt Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegncr and family visited at the Fred Wegner home Tuesday evening. Wednesday evening they visited at. the Harvey Rath home, the Raths had gotten home that morning from Tampa, Florida where they had been for the winter. Callers at the home of 'Mrs ?Iarvey Larson, who has been convalescing were Mr and Mrs Walter Brandow of Algona and Mr and Mrs Jesse Grubb, Mr and Mrs Charles Gollncr of Wesley and Mrs Wayne Drone and Mr and Mrs Ed Larson of Burt. Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and Lavonne, Joanne McCleish and Mr and Mrs John Long of Ackley were Sunday d inner guests at the home of Mrs Art Long and Bernard. Mrs Frank Flaig hnd (lie cast removed frtun her leg and foot Saturday morning after s i x weeks. Mr and Mrs George Kipsnoi- .entertained at a card parly Thursday evening. Guests wero the Clarence Zumachs', Donald Radigs, Wm. Zumachs of Esthor- ville and Harold Gross of Whittemore. Elsie Willrott of Algona was a dinner guest Sunday at tho Frank Flaig home. Thursday, April 9, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper De« Mo!n««~3 Gets School Honor. oil of his residence hall at Grin- noil College for the coming year. Tom Hutchison, son of Mr and H<> was named treasurer. Tom Mrs T. C. Hutchison, Algona, has is a freshman at Grinnell and a been elected to the house conn- gnidaiite of Altjona high .school. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain Yi.rk, N, Y. (Sprrlnl) — For UlO first Mine science hns found n new honlin^ suhptanco with tho nston- inhiiif; nbility to shrink hotnor- rluiiiis, stop ilcliintf, »nd relieve pain — without surgery. In case after cnac, while Rently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinltnRp) took place. " Most nninzlnsiif all -results were no Uiormiu)) that sufferer* mails astonishing statements like "Pile* have ceased to be a problem!" Tho secret la a new healing substance i nio-Dyne*)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in supponitory or ointment form under tho name Preparation //.* At ypur druggist. Money back Kunnintee. •RC«. u. a. P.L on. And we can help you buy it at low bank rates. Announcing The Change Of Location Of The LAW OFFICE Of j. From 112 North Thorington St. To 2 EAST STATE ST. (Formerly The Security State Bank) <Vi'r __ ^.^-.-.i.. JTHM ___^ ™^s— r ^^^^ ^-™ ,^.MB»^ $2O,5OO 1 MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY SALES START AT 2:00 P.M. 7:30 P.M. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD!! DON'T MISS THIS BIG EVENT Bedroom Suites — Dinette Sets — i Lamps - End Tables - Mattresses - Hassocks - Chairs — Desks — Mirrors — Book Cases — Etc. Sale Held in Titonka Colliseum. AN FURNITU TITONKA, IOWA Dear Friends, As many of you know, I have sold my funeral business and building in Tiionka lo Allen Blake of LuVerne. Consequently I must sell my large slock of furniture at auction to 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 of. I would like to take this opportunity to thank our many friends and customers for their wonderful patronage and support in the 20 years that we have been in Titonka. It has been very pleasant serving the people of this territory for so many years. In order to give you ample room to inspect this furniture, we will hold the sale in the Ti- ionka Colliseum. Come in before the sale and look over this full line of new furniture when it is convenient for you. Pick out the furniture you are interested in, asd be sure to bid on it when we put it up for sale. Again let me express my appreciation for your past patronage and invite you lo attend the big 3-day auction on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. April 13th to 15th. Sincerely, Kenneth W. Swan I 1 A GOOD BANK TO TIE TO — Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Algona, Iowa

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