The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1961 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, March 9, 1961
Page:
Page 3
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Gives the speed and ease of electric typing in only HALF the space/ HALF the cost I The new Smith-Corona has.o big 12 Inch paper capacity... a long 11 Inch writing line... yet weighs only 18 pounds. Here's the convenience of POWER TYPING ot the lowest price ever, with the features of far bigger and more expensive machines. Electric action means "print perfect" impressions for every letter... gives up to 15 clear carbons. Repeat actions available on any key. See it... try it... today! KOSSUTH COUNTY'S LARGEST SELECTION OF PORTABLE & OFFICE TYPEWRITERS WE MEET (Or BETTER) ALL MAIL ORDER & DISCOUNT HOUSE PRICES And You See What You Buy Know That It Works Right Without Shipping Costs ALSO ON HAND SMITH-CORONA GALAXIES, ELECTRIC PORTABLES, STERLING, SKYWRITER MODELS REMINGTON NEW QUIET-RITER, LETTER-RITER & TRAVEL-RITER MODELS UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. 1 HE. Call St. ALGONA, IOWA 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, March 9, Anna Goefsch Services Held At Lu Verne Funeral services for Mrs Anna Goetseh, 81, long-time Lu Verne resident, wore held last Friday at 2 p.m. at Zion Lutheran church with the Rev. Allen Rudow officiating. Burial was in the Lu Verne cemetery with the Blake funeral home in charge. A prayer service for the family was held at 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Mrs Goctsch died Tuesday Feb. 28, at her home after being ill for some time. The former Anese Anna Louise Dickof, daughter of August, and Rosinc Dickof, she was born June 29, 1879, at 31oomington, 111. She married Carl Goetseh on Dec. 12, 1900, at 31oomington and they later moved to Lu Verne where Mr Goetch was engaged in farming for many years. He died in 1945. • Mrs Goetseh is survived by 11' children, Mrs Ernest Behnkendorf of Bancroft, Mrs Howard MfCrady of Dakota City, Mrs Andrew Nic-lson of Ventura, Mrs George Kraft of Mason City, Mrs Josepli Bowers of Waterloo, Mrs Esther Jones of Fontana, Calif., C:ivl of Alfona, Henry of Cedar Falls, Fred and William of Lu- Veine and Arley at home. Democratic Bridge The Kossuth County DemoCfa tic Women's Club will have • a St. Patrick Luncheon at the Algona Country . Club Tuesday; Mar. 14, at 1:30 p.m. Bridge and 500 will be played. Prizes Will be given. All reservations should be in by March 11 Guests are welcome. Call or write Mrs Don Prieskorn, president, Cypress 4* 3898. At Convention Dr. C M. O'Connor of Algoha was among more than 250 optb* metrists attending the 63rd Annual Educational Congress and Convention of the Iowa Optome- tric Association at Des Moines this week. Dr. O'Connor attended educational sessions devoted to diagnosis, and examination and prescriptions for children. The session closed Tuesday. Two Lakofans Hurf In Crash Lalcoia — Mrs W. C. Vodraska and Donna Hcrtzke were in an automobile accident Friday evening on-highway 169 between Elmore and Lakota. They were taken to the Buffalo Center Hospital. Mrs Vodraska was trans- 'ercd to Mercy Hospital in Mason City and had two bones in her wrist broken. Donna was treated for cuts and bruises. She was eleased from the hospital Sunday. Mrs Vodraska is expected lome Tuesday. Senior Recital Myrna Norland, daughter of Mr and Mrs Oscar Norland, Ti- onka, and a senior at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls', A-here she is a voice major, will resent her senior recital there icxt Tuesday, March 14. She will sing selections by 10 well-known composers. Miss Norland's recital will be presented jointly with Richard Duffy of Odebolt, who is a saxaphone major at the college. Her. voice instructor is .Charles Matheson. She is a graduate of Titonka high school. flOfHittHgjjfg|U|i Has 604 Series Mrs Arthur Peterson of Titonka put together lines of 181, 203 and 220 for a 604 scratch series during the Women's Association Bowling Tournament at Titonka Feb. 29. It is one of the highest sanctioned series bowled by a lady kegler in the entire area this season. ; YOU READ IT IN THE UPPER DES MOINES It's SPRING at the HUB and now's the best time to bring your wardrobe up to date. Nowhere else will you find a greater variety of smart Spring apparel, or such an enticing array of Spring Sportwear. New Spring Sport Coats Popular checks and plaids, all meticulously tailored in lightweight fabrics in the most wanted patterns and colors. The new olive shades are especially colorful. Of course we have the perfect slacks to complement these smart coats, all tailored by Masterbilt for tops in style, fit and value. You are invited to stop in and browse around while Spring selections are at their best. Priced From $24.95 New Spring Sport Shirts BS» Been looking for something to brighten up with? Then see these new long sleeve Sport Shirts. The new colorings will give you the lift you need. Priced From $3.98 4-H DAY - SATURDAY - MARCH 11 In Our Store With Their 4-H Display AGGRESSIVE LADS Leader — Burdette Hoeppner, Lakota President — David Sieper, Lakota Vice Pres. — August Baumarm, Lakota LEUTHjOLDmilAMS I BUSINESS FORMS <Pu>yfai4 STAR SUPPLY 00. SALES BOOKS, Plain or Imprinted LEDGERS And LEDGER SHEETS PILING SUPPLIES CARBON PAPERS - ADDER TAPES TYPEWRITER - ADDER RIBBONS ' ' ' ' * .*.•*' ' SPECIAL FORMS, STATEMENTS, RECORDS PRINTED TO ORDER YOUR BUSINESS SUPPLIES AT UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. •••^Ml^HMMMI^MHBBMHIHiHM^ Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper For a glorious week-end in Minneapolis stay at the New zap At th« Ntw HOIM Maryland, on any weekend, you will get t large doubl* room, breakfut for two in the Maryland'i fabu- lou Orleapi room, ft** TV and parking. Fre* lodging lo ohild ran under M when accompanied by parent*. Special reduced ratea at taealen. Am CONDITIONED too ROOMS tOO SPARKUN* •ndcolorftf krodim, Imperial Modenyi-61 Automatic W«h«r Exclusive WASHING ACTION i • Patented 3-Rlng Pump Agltator-gently somersaults each garment over and over, underwater—bathes deep dirt but without beating! • Automatic Soak Cycle—best for diapers, work and play clothes—recommended "wash" for woolensl. ONLY • Set One Dial-for 90% of your washing! • 6-Position Fabric Selector — lets you choose'wash- Ing conditions to fit the fabric! i • Choice of 4 Colors—Aztec Copper, Mayfair Pi'nk, Sun« ny Yellow, Turquoise — ot j Snowcrest White. S 2 50 week EASY TERMS ar GENE-RAL. IMOTOR Beecher Lane Appliance CY 4-3613 Algona, Iowa US; STANDBY BRAND CORN CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL SUGAR OR EARLY JUNE NO. 303 CANS SOLID HEADS, CALIF. CABBAGE _____ Lb. 9c JUMBO STALKS PASCAL CELERY 2 for 29c LARGE SIZE JUICE ORANGES SLb.Bag 59c RADISHES OR JUMBO SIZE GREEN PEPPERS Each 5c STANDBY FAMILY SIZE CATSUP 20 Oz. Bottle 36c STANDBY STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 12 Oz. Jar 29c BORDEN'S FOILWRAP CREAM CHEESE 8 Oz. Pkg. 29c • PORK SALE • LEAN, LOIN END Pork Roast Lb. 39c HOME OF 1 SNOBOY FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 4 - $1 SNOBOY FROZEN ,_ S1RAWBERRIES 4 10 Oz. SNOBOY WASHINGTON STATE Winesap Apples 4 Lb. Bag 59c STANDBY ' FROZEN PEAS 5 100*. TO BAR-B-Q . . . LOIN BACK Rib Pieces.. Lb. 49c HOME MADE PORK SAUSAGE... Lb. 25c LEAN, ALL CENTER CUTS PORK CHOPS LbJ5c DON'T FORGET! FREE DELIVERY FROM LAMB SHOULDER ROASTS Lb, 39c HEADLESS, DRESSED NORTHERN PIKE Lb. 25c B UI •||| jjttf 1.LL mi urn #m ra^fe ^mm& &rag teaffliran IwlARKEa "Open Sunday from 9 a.m. until Noon and 4 p.m. until 6 p.m."

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free