The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1959 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1959
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* 1 r 1 • - < - 1 ! 1 1 -fl- <• t 7 '7 V 12 New Homes, but the dvent of mildef wealth rec *nt week§ has outlook and been u lac £ aft - a white ' a* clerk's office. P ermjt s have sudden* « , to move wel1 - Many applications are now b'eing pro«o« wh5ch u w * n1 ' add *> the ,526 worth of new construc- , /emodeling, sidewalks and other minor home 'repairs now t>t\ tfti Of the ftlmost $206.600 .total f m,m .is- 'itttttffitttt ktt in- tl local projects, including a ttotel, ' .tinge la tat mtn $6,060 to $14,000, thfe fftotel wHi cost $30$00 ahd the service Station pifmit Is fo* $22,000. ' Several rtifrjor remodeling jobs eat up the major portion of the remainjnf $40,000 of work to be 1 done hefSi The iotal would be touch larger if permits had been ftffces* sary for 'the proposed larger addition at the Weidenhott jplttit east of town and the ^highway widening project on South Phil* lips street, so, the total so far this year doesn't present a true , May «l , 1»M Aloono Ho.) M«ln*i-4 TRIP ACCIDENT INSURANCE -' THE ABOVE IS A COPY Of A CHECK PAID TO MAURICE BARTHOLOMEW IN CONNECTION WITH AN ACCIDENT WHILE FISHING. MR BARTHOLOMEW RECEIVED THE $407,70 CHECK AND PAID ONLY $2.95 FOR TH£ POLICY. YOU TOO CAN PROTECT.VOURSELF WHILE ON A VACATION OR TRIP. SEE -' , , L. S. BOHANNON , E. Of Iowa State Bank ' ' Phone CY 4-4443 ALGONA, IOWA , .' . i , ' - . ' tfn. Get trim look Pring.. AND WITH WASH N' WEAR - by Higgins LJjr^ y fe«»-1* •"? i*n JW* j * ,<"f •** CKS "famous for fii" " «7.95 COME INTO THE ftielctfe d* && 'little boom", il- : SlMy 5 ih flWfttsSl . As has been the case during recent yeafV 1958 promises to icKjbtint for several changes in the city's scenery before the end of the building season. Swea City 8th Graders Plan A Picnic & Trip Swea CHy — Mrs Joe Skarp- ness' eighth grade class will take a field trip May 21. The class will leave Swea City in the morning, have a picnic dinner at Pilot Knob Stele Park then go to Mason Oity where they will tour the tirick and Tile Factory. I Mr and Mrs Walter Goracz kowski and children visited their daughter arid sister Karen at Iowa State College May 3. Mr and Mrs August Dontje attended funeral services for Mrs Dontje's cousin, David JEnnen, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Ennen of Elmore. David died following the-flu and complications causing Meningitis. Mrs Lynn Pulver and Judy and Twilk, Mrs Harold Hesvick and Becky visited the Dick Hesvick home to celebrate the 7«th bii'th- day of Debbie, Barbara Stenzel spent a weekend at her parents, the Louis Stenzels. Mr and Mrs Brink Shipler were recent supper guest of the Leo Immerfalls in Algbna. i Tom' Pre&ton took a group of BYF" members ,to Webster City for a conference Sunday the 10th. Sunday supper, guest of Mr and Mrs Harold 'Fischer were tho Harry Tishs. The Bob Sigsbeos visHed Mrs W. J. Sigsbee in Algona, Mothers Day. ! ' Mrs Ben, Wibben, Kathy and Joy of Algona and Cecil Godfred- sons were Sunday dinner guests of the Nel Godfredsons. Mr and Mrs Dale Blair visited Mr and Mrs Walter Heerdt and family in Algona last week. May the third picnic dinner guests at the 1 Ed Stewarts in .Swea City were Mr and Mrs W. J. Stewart, Ross'Stewart, the' Earl Shiplers and family all of Burt ftobert Donnely family of Fairmont, Bill Stewarts and family of Waterloo and Mrs Albert Stewart and Mrs Evelyn Kasse' both of Hamburg, N. Y. Mr and Mrs, Harold Fischer called' at the Rudy Hardt home Sunday,. May 10. .Mrs Elmer Smith,. Mrs Gifford Smith, Mr® Walter Ditsworth Mrs Floyd Smith and Ray Smith attended the funeral of Mrs Maude Law at Armstrong May 12. Lakota Wed In Aui r Lakoia — Mr and Mrs Lee son announce the engagement and approaching marriage • of their daughter, Donna ' Jean,' obove, to Lloyd W. Herbers ofc Los Angeles, Son of Mrs John' Herbers and the late Mr Herbert of Bancroft. The Wedding will take place Aug. 29 at the Sacred Heart Church in Ledyard (UDM ngraving) HOUSE PAINT leading manufacturer's onn*a-ye«r ofhfc fflien our present supply i« a,on«, w. can't The time to buy and *av« it now~tO avoid postibta dUappointrmnt Titanium, Zinc Qxtd. and pur* United OH formula—fin»»» ingredient* for ea«y application, long wear. Titanium, the whitest pigment known,"asturai you of a white that will itay white. Fume proof—self* eleanlng—for any exterior wood surface, Compare with omen $5.95 end up. Aval- able vWe wvife Now of Miller Lumber Co. 109 S, IANTRY Mr and Mrs 'A. J. Bils%>raugh were smorgasbord guest of Mr and' Mrs "Oscar Linde, Mr 'and Mrs George K.' Nelson, Mr 'and Mrs Wm. Thompson and Mr apd Mrs Glen Curtis all of Swea City, and Mr and Mrs Charlie Biers of Sleepy Eye, Minn. May 7 in honor of their 4o"th anniversary. Sunday dinner guests of the Marvin Simonsmiers were Mr and Mrs Julius Rohlf of Swea City and Mr and Mrs Virgil Rohlf of Algona. Donald Funderburk of Ames visited his mother, Mrs Orpha Briggs and children over the 'weekend for Mothers Day. Mr and Mrs -Arnold McFarland, Mrs Mathilda McFarland, Mrs Eunice Sanders, Mr and Mrs Morris Lien, Mrs Orpha Briggs, Mr and Mrs ,Wm. Burnett, Melvin Burnett; Mrs, .Ellen Newton, Mr and Mrs Frank Dontje, ,all of Swea City; Mrs Cecil Long and Mrs Lawrence Riedle.both of Algona and Mr and Mrs G. McFarland of Burt attended the funeral of-Mr Foyd Greiner at Bird Island, Minn. Mr and Mrs Wm. Boland and family visited Mrs Charles Ollenburg at Garner, Mothers Day. Mr and Mrs Chester Fischer and family, Mrs Daisy Engstrom, all of Swea,City; Mr and Mrs Cassie Anderson of Armstrong; Darlene-Engstrom of Forest City; and Mr and Mrs Donald Anderson and Susan of Fairmont enjoyed a picnic dinner Mothers Day. , The Frank Dontjes and their children's families enjoyed a Mothers Day picnic. Sunday dinner guest of the George Edens were Mrs Eden's mother and brother, Mrs Earl Reed and Kenneth of Elmore. Mrs Jim Harner went to Knoxville, Iowa Friday, May 8th, following the death of her brother Jim McKinney, Mr and Mrs George Harner went to Knoxville tq attend the funeral. > 'Mr and Mrs Clyde Anderson and family visited Mrs Eli Anderson a/id the Carl Raths, in Armstrong over the weekend. Mrs Rena and Vina 'Haglund visited the Gorden Haglunds in Fairmont Sunday, Mrs Mamie Winkel of Algona and Mrs J. H. Zanke of Burt came to the Robert Harvey home Thursday and stayed until Sat' urday. Mrs Winkel is a fishing fan and had driven to Swea City just to gp fishing with the Harveys. Mr and Mrs George Patterson and Mr and Mrs Bob Harvey were Mothers Day guest of the Ken neth Pattersons. Neighbors of the Carrol! Ganders held a housewarming for them May l. Those attending were Mr and' Mrs Wayne Jorgenson, Mr and Mrs Otta Pinge: Mr and Mrs Merle Loekwood Mr and Mrs Emil Haase and fam* liy, Mr and 'Mrs Norine Daniel son and Mr and Mrs Harvey 'L,ar son. . Mrs Tom Preston' and I/annda were recent dinner guest of parents, Mr and Mrs Sam Link, Chris Lien of Webster vlsitfed iis children, Mr and Mrs Arnold McFarland and the Carl Liens in Swea City last week. O. B. Koons had as Mothers Day dinner guest Mr and Mrs Mike Christ Jr. of Lakota, Mr md Mrs Franklin Koons and, yiike and Mi' and Mrs Donald* Soons and family. Mrs George Rohlin underwent minor surgery at Buffalo Center, May 6. Mrs Rohlin was released from the hospital Sunday morning and is at home now. Mrs George Harrison and Mrs Glenn Vaughn,both- of St. Paul had supper and spent the "night Saturday at the Selmar Uhr home. Mrs Grant Dourte's daughter,, Mr and Mrs Vernon Jensen or Algona were Sunday evening* dinner guest. ' ..'••• l: Mrs Carrel'.Bishop and Cameron came home from the hps- pital Sunday forenoon. Mrs S. Hammer, will help at the Bishop home -this week. Mrs Robert "Bexell has 'been ill at her home in Swea City. The Bexells' daughter, Rev. and Mrs Marvin Palm.quist of/Minnesota visited her May 9. • Mrs Fern Peterson, Mrs Ken-; neth Kollasch, Jean Tague and Mr and Mrs Ed Montgomery attended the, American Legion and Auxiliary S*prihg Conference at Carroll May 3. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN FORT SILL; OKLAW—- Army 2d Lt, John W.'Dole, 22. son^f, Mr and Mrs E. W. Dole," Irvington, Iowa, completed the 17-week field artillery officer basic course April 15 at The Artillery and Missiles School, Fort Sill, Okla. : .The course, designed for newly-commissioned officers, trained Lieutenant Dole in the duties of a forward observer and familiarized him with the responsibilities of a battery .grade officer. He-is a 1954 graduate of St. Cecelia Academy High School, Algona, and a-1958 graduate of Iowa State College. The Lieutenant is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. FORT BLISS, TEX. — Army M/Sgt. Francis E. Polton, whose wife, Esther, lives at 20 Howard avc., Red Bank, N, J; completed a signal equipment maintenance course April 17 at The Air Defense Center, Fort Bliss, Tex, Polton was trained to perform maintenance on signal equipment onnected with the Army's missile monitoring system. Sergeant Polton entered the Army in September 1:948. The sergeant, son of Mr and Mrs L. E. Polton, Titonka, attended Swea City high school. BURNED Max Sander of Elk Horn suffered a burned and blistered hand when he was repairing a live wire. -The insulatiojp had been damaged on the wire and When Sander's plier touched the bare spot he took a shot of 220 volts. . . • » , YOU SAW IT ADVERTISED IN THE UPPER DES MOINES THE CLEAN UP PAINT UP , FIX UP WORK YOU CAN DO YOURSELF WITH TOOLS AND MATERIALS FROM 'S AND Help Keep Our City Beautiful CULL! 20»lnch Rotary Power Mower 4-Cycle 2 H.P. Engine $54.95 Power Mower Blade Sharpeners 98c Lawn Sprinkler — waters up to 50-ft. Diameter $2,19 Half-Inch Rubber Hose - 50 ft. $4.99 Large Hedge Shears $2.39 Ea. Rubbish Burner - Serviceable Zipper Top $1.69 Redwood Rose Trellis (Folds to Store) ONLY $1.19 i •J Plastic Lawn Hose 50-ft. Lengths $1.88 Ea. Hose Hanger Hold Up To 200 Feet CQk Plastic Hose v9C Beautiful, Heavy, Marbleized Bird Bath - Only $7.50 Modern Ail-Steel Folding Lawn Chairs $4.88 Ea. Famous Yo-Ho Lawn Brooms 59c Compressed Air Sprayer —, 3 Gal. Size _~: . ' , $6.69 14-Tooth Garden Rake Only $1.69 Hotkaps 20 for $1.05 Famous Radio Line Garden Carts 3 Cu. Ft. $5.99 — 4 Cu. Ft. $8.49 Beet Type Garden Hoe $1.79 , v Ladies Plastic!zed-Palm Garden Gloves 59c pr. Mert's 8-Oz. Canvas Work Gloves _____ 21c Pr. ' • 1 •.:.,-. . -•.'• EVERYTHING For The Autdoor Barbecuer Plastic Tag-A-Long Clothes Pin Basket 49c 16 Oz. Head Stanley Nail Hammers - Weedez Wonder Bar...... Wipes out broadleaf weeds as you pull bar across lawn Treats 20,000 sq. ft. "Ortho" Improved Weetf- B-Gon (2-4-D & 2, 4, 5-T) Half Pt $M? Pint 1-69 Quarts .1 2.89 SWAN ALL-PLASTIC Grass Stop 24 ft. x 4 In. Won't Corrode, No Sharp Edges to Cut Hands Or Bar* Feet, Long Life $1.99 Ea. i.. Paint Roller & Tray Super Special Price 69c 5-ft. Step Ladder By Rid-Jid $3.95 Ea. 6.E. Swivel Top Vacuum Cleaner Reg. $59.95 w »Xw»»X*v.w,Y..V.V iV.V.VMV'VAVtV'V.V.V.V.'.V.'.M*

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