The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 6
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•jgfSR'^sW'-yf s?* 1 '-,,• - ig- " -,' **'*> •' *> •'•:'-• -' ' '" ^'\^' &*At$6na fle.) tJpptr tte* M&Snta Thursday, Jun» It, 1959 Swimming Pool At Wesley is Offering Lessons Wesley — The swimming pool opened Jufie 7 with TOTT> Root. Vacation Bible School is bfing Goetz as bfe guards and C.uol Root and Khirlcv Reiling, assistants. Swimming Ipssofts will bo given at 930 Monday morning 1*2-3 grader* of Wesley mid Trtonka. at 3:30 Tuesday mornings to 4 - 5 - 6 grader* and at 9:30 Thursday mornings life lessons will be Mr and Mrs Gordon Giddinijs and family of Chicago sponl last weok with his father and his brother. Gordon and Merle Giddings and her sister, Mrs Cliff Carlson and family. ' "* Mi and Mrs DwigbA Bruns and children will leave June 13 for a Week's fishing at T^n Mfle Lake. Minn. ' T Harold Pi ice is confined to Ms brd this week' foUowing a heAft attack .Tune 0. •Mi and Mrs Knlph Tjadett announce the entjasement of'their d.tuantei Nancy to Paul SpStzer. son of Mr and Mis Edwin Spttzen nf Ashley, North Dakota. An August wWlding is being planned;. Lorraine Blfich. daughter *t>f "Mr and Mis Leo Bleitrh, is to be honoit-d at H Irncn shower June 16 in the John Hauptman home, _,Vacation Bible School is being iicid m the Evangelical Free church June 1 - 12. Teachers are Barb.u-a Leek. Julia Wubben, Mildred Carlson, Frances Funnemark and Rev, P. Car-lsson Ethel Flom is pianist. There are 45 children enrolled. The school will close with a program Friday evening at 8 p.m. Ruth Wise, Joyce Paulson Louisa Skow and Lois Bentele attended the State 4-H conven- Gems From Diamond's Lead. Zinc, and Tiianiam IWHITE EXTERIOR PAINT Reg. $5.50 Value 5 GALLON PAIL ONLY $18.88 1 99 Gallon Leader All-Purpose WHITE PAINT 1 39 Gallon Perfect for fences, oul buildings, or/ primer coat. 5 GALLON LOTS'- $11.25| SYMPHONY IN COLOR HARMONY RUBBER LATEX WALL PAINT I Dries in minutes. 1 Txuly a beautiful paint j to'work-witty and 'see. I Compare ai $6.00.' FINEST BSD. Gusran'dl ili.25 per I i-Gsften • ILoi • 99, " Gallon SUPER BRIGHT RED OUTSIDE . BARN PAINT 3 99 Gallon 5 GALLON PAIL ONLY $19.501 lion at Ames June 9. June X st attended « 1934 class reunion Britl High SdiObl May 28. f 4 C. E. ward, Wai k patient Mercy hosfritel, Mastoft Ctty, Week, \ Invitations havfe been re*feiveo. for the wieddingt of Janfce Paulson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jdhft Paulson to David Tegtmeyer ot Britt on June 20 at 2:30 p.m. in the local Methodist church. A daughter was born June 3 to Mr and Mrs Dean Bunn in Hawaii. Mrs Bunn is the former Carol Hansen. daughter of Mr and Mrs Theron Hans&n, The Bettte Wester, Al Wagner, Don Kraus and Rev. JtMies families 'held a picnic supper in the city park June 4. Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson and Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom Jr. were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan at Spirit Lake. The Christian Mothers are going to serve their husbands a breakfast after the 8 a.m. Mass June 21. Frank Bleich, manager of the local Co-Op Klevator Company, was a guest of the Consumers Cooperative Association 6f Kansas City Friday and Saturday, The J. P. Studers, Cletus Studers and Philip Studers join" ed other relatives and friends for a picnic at Call Park, Algona, Sunday. Mrs J. P. Studer*S brother. LeRoy Sheppman, wife and family from the Philippines were spending part of his leave from the Navy at the parental^ Henry Sheppman home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Philip Sheridan and sons of Mason CMy were guests of his mother, Mrs Jessie Sheridan Thursday.. The Farmers' Co-Op Society will hold open house June 13 from 10,a.m. to 4 p.m., when the public is invited to inspect the •new mill and new office. 1 Marcia Lang, daughter of Mr and Mrs Larry Lang of Mason City, i's a guest in the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs "Gayle Studer ahd family. Mrs Herman Bode and 'Mrs L.' L. Pfeffer went tp West Bend Saturday afternoon, where they attended a''gathering of C.D/A. Grand Regents, past Grand' Regents and District Deputies. Mrs Ann Baxter of Dubuque,-State Grand Regent 1 " was in charge. Following a,tour of the Grotto a banquet was .served to ? all. Mrs Pfeffer is the new' Grand Regent .for the local court and Mrs Bode a past Grand Regent. Mr and Mrs Marvin Studes and, family of Lansing, 111., Lana, LaMere,, arid James Fjsdo of Hammond, Ind. came Thursday for a visit at the J. P. Studer home and" with other relatives. Guests of Tom Root at the parental, L. T. Root home ovei; the weekend were Sharon Shariahan Arlene Bormann 61 St, Joe Will Wed In Atf set by the eodfe o& .warrant was s/Jrtred, oft J. F. Kennedy, HumboML datty ibod Inspector far the Itate, sign* ;d the information that reSultgd !rt the warrant's issudhce. TH day. Murt had of delivered.by Mut| to , Lakota store was short ef but- teffat. Three men paid $2S aftd costs each following hearings Oii driving violations. They were Kermit 1 Torbes, Algona, reckless driV* ing; William M. Grant, Crystal Lake, speeding; and Leonard J. Wolff, Chtester, failure to haVte Chicle wifeiuMtittfeL m&' . SM »ts regilffation, Otrtef bases heaM in the following Ifness Johjt.'W. Bieretldt, LuVferne, ill efal Robert ng; flay it fime Siding; :ti«an,", XH/ifcjtfon, dfihkingr beer 6n the highway*, Ctortald H. Laftge, Grlai Lakes D. Jurg&iS r West Sewd, imptdp , ahd trtlck . „_..._ fid attd costs; Joseph P, Long/ Bancroft, tetosfcation oh costs; Kfittitytt'».«. ,~^. t .»-«» »-....- «rofV invalid, 6tf6tl|6fl $£&£& M, aM fcdsts? a.; &'£eetm thervifle, truck *-**& iffg» * |I ';:•:'; 5-1. St. Je« — Mr and Mrs iVa'nk Bormann announce the- e'ttgage*. ment and approaching marriage of their daughter'<Arlene, abovej to A. J, Clark, son at Mr and-Mi's Archie Clark 'of Woodale, 111. The wedding date has.'been set "for Saturday, Aug/ 8,'/ here in St. Joseph's Church. 'Miss Bormann. a 1968 St. Joseph's- High School graduate, has been employed $i£ past year as clerk for 'the FBI in Washington, D.'C, Mr Clark isJn the Navy-stationed in- Washing-' ton, D. C, and expects his disi charge from service in November. (UDM Engraving). and Jean Andrews* OmaWa, and Dick Snyder,-New, Hampton. , Father ^Gerald Winger't of Rolfe s^ent May 31 in his par-" ental ' L. F.' Wihgert home'. "•* Dorothy. Goetz left Tuesday for Milwaukee where she is employft ed. She had spent ' two weeks 1 with her sister, Mrs Helen Johnson and other relatives. ^Robert Rockwood, who is em-| ployed at, Greene, la. spent the weekend at his home here. Their son Bill accompanied him to Greene Monday and will work for the same outfit. Mrs L. L. Pfeffer u and Paul went to Iowa' City Tuesday morn'-? Ing to get their daughter sister, Judy, who had completed 1 her freshman year at the University. T Installation Of Officers For St. Benedict CD. A. JUNE 21st JEWELRY Every Dad likes to dress up his white shirts with a set of £uff links and matching iie clasp. Priced from $1.50 MEN'S WATCHES He'll be proud to wear the watch you selected from our store. 17 Jewel, Waterproof, Shock Resistant/ All Guaranteed, $6.95 to $100 LEATHER WALLETS All leather wallets that just fit in his pocket. Made by th* nationally known B O S C O people. From $3 to $25 , St.-Behedict .Catholic Daughters met Wednesday evening, June 3nd with Grand' Regent, Mrs 'Marie Thill presiding. Mrs''Nellie Van'Allen, District Deputy, installed the following newly elected officers: Grand Regent, Miss Elizabeth Priest; vice Grand Regent, Mrs Marie Thill; Prophetess, Mrs Dorothy Plathe; Lecturer, Mrs Marie Recker; Financial Secretary, Mrs Martha Grandgenett; Treasurer, Mrs Verna Pfeffer; Historian, Mrs Luella Lickteig; Monitor, Mrs Marcelene Roeder; Sentinel, Miss Marie Bruning; Organist, • Mrs Stella Eischen; and trustees, Mrs MaVie Hudspeth and Mrs Frances Capesius. Father Francis , Conway, court Chaplain, was a guest. -After the meeting, travel bingo was played with several prizes being given. Mrs Mary Rosenmeyer won the door -prize. Mrs Elizabeth Seller's name was drawn for the attendance prize but she was absent. There will be no meetings in July and August. 20 Fines Paid Justice Court The forfeiture of a $100 appearance bond, posted June 2 for Lyle Murl, Mason City, an agent for the Carnation-Hermanson Co., set the pace for a busy week in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court Trie bond was forfeited Satur-, PEN & PENCIL SETS Fpjr office or personal use. Outstanding pen and pencil 'sets or desje sets by BARKER, 1 pjrjced from ' MEN'S TOILETRIES In Dad's favorite fragrances. Shaving creapis and lotions* deodorants and perfumes. A perfect gift> ELECTRIC RAZORS A complete assortment of na tionally-known more by Roll ectric and Norelco. Priced irom $2,98 to $50 Sets $1.00 & Up $14.95 to $31.50 New and Second Hand, Price? to meet any wholesale catalog, S K ^^BBJI^r ^^^^^ff ' M^dttf DON'T FORGET where tools for the HdndyJM«Ai&, Hobby Minded Dad are our business f''' At SO TACKLE AND EXCESSORIES 5-Lb. Kirigsford reg. 69e 10-Lb. Kingsford Chat-coal reg. $1.19 __-,— Sp. 89e 25-Lb. Kingsford. Charcoal reg. $2.59 Sp. $1.99 Limit one per customer „ v i. COMP'ARE Shop the Largest Selection of Accessories in Town For Your ~ Complete Needs. w Insect Bomb Special _-l 47c 'Buy , , Fisherman De-Liar* Weighs % Lb. to 28 Lbs. — 36-inch Rule Reg. $1.98 * $1.77 Fish Line '-. - 59c Nylon — 50 Ydsl to Spool — -20-Lb. Reg. - - - ,$1.25 Spin-Cast Outfit 9.88 Includes 6-ft. Rod, Reel and Line '< CHOOSE NOW AT , i FREE -7 New half round Sur- form blade with purchase of Stanley Su^form File, — $3.67 value — Special at $2.69 Adjustable Wrenches 8-inch size-reg. $1.65 Sp.$1.23 , 10-inch size — reg. $2.98 Sp. $2.1? Reg. $2.98 Time Saver Boring Set - 8 Bits Sp. $2.39 , FREDERICK SERVICE. two . at this v reg.,9.8c savings [QUALITYP , v The best place'in Algona to buy fine quality'Hardware — at a saving! it 1 ! ' * Auction House From Now On •Will Be In North Half AUCTION HOUSE CLEARANCE! REGARDLESS OF COST ROOM WE NEED, New Tenants In South Part Of Building , Cushions lip-Boot Waders Following Prices Will Move It All At Half Price And Some Much Less: Approximate 13 x 15 foot Reversible Olson Ru g - Worth $136 - Sale Price __^ $68.00 » 2 Piece Grey Mohair living room suite, foam rubber cushions ___ $35.00 2 Piece, large, beige, Mohair Freize, foam rubber cushions—Looks like new—reg. $445 value A .' OUTSTANDING at 125.00 2 Piece Mohair Freize, Worth $24.50 - OUT SHE GOES at —1 $12.25 2 Piece Mohair Freize in wine color -Worth $39.50 - Sale Price $20.00 2 Piece $.34.50 value, blije, corduroy living room suite — OUT SHE GOES at $17.25 1 Hida-Bed - Worth $34.50, color red -^ale Price $10.00 Platform Rockers - like new, Worth $39.50 - $19.25 Will Buy Lavatory - Hot and Cold Faucets - Worth $24.50 — Sale Price $12.25 BRAND NEW Wicker Furniture - End Table with book shelf . $9.95 — One Round Center Table with book shelf :. „ $9.95 — One Square Center Table — beautiful for card playing $17.95 1 Governor Winthrop Desk — Sale Price -™ $11.95 Portable Oak Book Case — $12.95 Value — Sale Price 1 $6.50 Mahongany Center Stand — Worth $8.95 — Sale Price il $4.50 Several Pianos — turned and in good order— 1 With Bench , ^— $60.00 |j — Others as low as $10.00 Several 4 Piece Dinette Sets - Worth $19.,95.— Sale.Price, - _—-- $10.00 Set of 6 Matching Chairs in mahogany — Worth $30,00 — Sale Price __.i , -1 ./$J5,00 ; NEW Steel Panel Bed and Coil Springs - Worth $35,00 T- Sale Price ._„_ $24,50 Several Sewing Machines — in working order — _, „• „ .„ , $5.00 EACH N.W, Washer — in perfect order, large ringer rolls!'— Sale Price — % $45.00 |1 Speed Queen Washing Machine large ringer rolls — good order— Half Price —— $45,00 1 Gas Range - perfect condition — Worth f 39, 50 — Sale Price ,_„_,.!. __,.., $19,75 Electric Chain Hoist - 500 to 1,000 pound lift — Half Price „ _,,_....,,__ $45.00 TERMS IP NECESSARY AUCTION HOUSE § E I Bjustrom , IF NOT 0PIN HIRP

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