The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 30
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1961
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A£r' CMlifefttfg Mcb'ultt* «Hter- i,fRjtift;.6f relaliva and Mftfr'tar fcffler, 1. , bn, Itemrf Birthday. rt .Mentte Ad neighed Mi j Frfdtey, to, help eth Korrecl celebrate , t&i son' Gteb. ;day. Geo. Jives at~L&urens. »- Mr,,Md STrt Larry Tdrihe arfe r^artftfe of 6 sd^orn 1 Friday at .Hbly'Fartify Kdsisltal, BstherviUe 1 . -Mr, and Mrs. Francis Torine, r Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. • • Lloyd Dixbn are the 'grdridpar- /cnts. Mrt. * Williant .Qixon, -Mr. JWMh Mrs. *** 14, 1961 uti.-jA.'jfalft,^ Here, and Mr. arid Mrs. 'Larsen, Swea City, are the great-graftd parents. , ^ Richard Schfltz, son of Mr, and ,Mrs. Art J -Schiltz,. ertployfl Ih Cjii«4go/-fleW"to fiot^ Bea'ch fof a visit wifli Mativ&. !> m. arid M^i 4 Doft Beftkendorf ana-; Boys vlsifefl ftve> !he wefeK* end'at Arlington, Minn, and with relatives' at Hambefg arid 'Nof- wood. Mrs. fienkendorf's parents live at Arlington. The t)on Meyer's 'of Es'thervllle were als6 guests'of their p'arerits at Arlington; > Tommy Eckhart, 20 month old son'of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckhart b'edame' suddenly HI Tuesday dnd was -rushed >to Holy- Family^ lospital, Estherville. Htis mother las been with him at the hospital Mrs. 'Mae Lattimer went to Austin Thursday.-' . • '; %t.rf^v1ft,Betfe§r. ^ftt/lto WMMdOlfit 'plhkatti^H^MW barentk fhe uadk JLyhdh^s whd brought Her baek SUndfay; Mr. and Mrs. Vic Htmsen, who are employe^ in fies Plaihes, are o!ii&' three-week vacatibn and ,fly this week • to San -Fran* ' W'^lsft the Lcland'6ftrnf ^ Will?.also flf to.Arkpi TeiaS findTBoston: >*„• ;:£!*;" ''*'*ffij WffluW. th'e Sen V;H''^>/ Mr. and Mrs. tfha of Sidney recently their 62fid wedding — - - • - - «WNW Special at Carson's Connie's Column Upper t»es ~ TALCUM Mary L. Conway Wi ^ 0 .. Mcunes^ Iowa, saves alt of her empty sift-top spies caas'' and then washes them well. She enamels them in vatf* , pus pastel shades, decdirates , them .trttitf attractive .f *-*- **' Store decafc. fragrant batL ,,„,„., refurbished sifters grser WIN A 1 We cordially invite you to come in and register for . a:beautiful, large 24" x 36" .WiHard-qualify Mirror, that sells for $29.95. It has beveled edges and copper-plated back. If you're'the winner, itll be 1 li^ce getting an extra Christmas gift for the home. No purchase necessary tb register, and winner will be announced, December 20th. Unusual Gifts! . . . and,while you're in our store, be sure to see the attractive, life-like plants we are showing during this holiday season. They look so-o-o real. Our store also is bubbling with unique figurines and ceramic gift ideas. Come in and browse around and see the. i'gifts that are Different" to give this . Christmps. , • CARSON'S JUST WEST OF THEATRE FOR COLOR SUDSING SPARKLERS You -can laun- ,der last* year's wreaths and swags! Loop two long pieces of string oh the , greens,^;to;give : yourself "handles." Fill washtub or bathtub with lukewarm suds, and sun- ply dip greens. Rinse by the same process. Shake away excess water and hang. A-DOORABLE DISPLAY .Buy a length of bright green felt, scallop its lower edge, and lightly tack the top to a door. There nowl Isn't that a perfect place to pin up Christmas cards?, FINISHING TOUCH Why, asks Mrs. R. D. These of Iowa, must we always send "finished" gifts? A convalescent could thrive from a ball' of crochet thread, hook and pattern. A child would smile over an empty scrapbook, an outdated catalog, paste and blunt scissors. "A bride would' love a recipe book with two- thirds of its pages blank. (Hmmm. Could I wrap a ball or yarn, needles and that nn- finished sweater for Dad?) CANDY-COOKIES s Mrs. Cliff Stark of Iowa serves these. I'd box them with lace paper doilies, and send them as a greeting: Melt 2 oz. unsweetened •chocolate, over'hot water,.in' , double boiler. Stir in 1 can sweetened condensed milk, 2', 'cups chopped coconut and ^ cup chopped walnuts. Drop by teaspoon on greased baking sheet, shaping with fingers into "bonbons."Place in 350-degree gas oven and turn off heatI Leave behind the closed oven, door for 20 minutes or till bonbons have a glazed appearance; Makes about 3 dozen tasty treats. CHRISTMAS IN THE AIR> I do hope you're enjoying as heat, this holiday! Gas- 'heated homes „„„, seem warmer. (There 'aren't any uneven "cold spots"!) ' They're fresher, loo. Modern gas heating-cooling systems allow you to send in freshness to combat smoke and party-stale air. No matter how large your crowd, automatic gas temperature control keeps the room comfortable. (Can you think of a better "gift for home"? Phone your local gas company, or gas heating contractor.). © Northern Natural Gas Company, Omaha, Nebraska CAROL ITS PRAISES Carolers coming fo? a late supper? Your new Vgoldstar" gas range won't mind if the crowd is tardy. It will keep that casserole ready to j serve., no _. -. .pvercooking, no drying out. (Even rare roast beef will keep on blushing!) Natural Gas is such a "thoughtful" servant. Warble praises to your local gas company, who brings it to you, and to Northern Natural Gas Company, whose pipelines bring it to them. C FINAL CLEAN UP-CLOSE OUT- QUITTING BUSINESS ! EVERYTHING SELLING AT PRICE QUITTING BUSINESS SALE All Remaining Mercqndise NOW GOING AT HALF PRICE JUS : S fflSr "^ ••••'• EVERY D6UAR WILl SEU OUT EVERY oh time, this Merchandise will go out like snow in a My sun. !L!? ta ?V R WAY OF SAYING THANK YOU FOR Y °UR PATRONAGE DURING OUR Vfl * to S IN BUSINESS. IN A MATTER OF DAYS WE WILL SAY GOODBY A' 5E SOLD AND WE WILL BE OUT OF BUSINESS, / CULLEN HARDWARE ALGONA, IOWA SAIEI HALF PRICE SALE i HALF PRICE SALE! SUBSCRIBING * the Dec, 7;J961 Issue Of This Newspaper went to the Largest Subscription Total of Regular, PAID readers in our 98 years of publication as a Result of the Recently Completed Campaign. OVER HERE THEY ARE: ALGONA & ALGONA RURAL ROUTES .. 206 BANCROFT _. 45 WHITTEMORE 47 WEST BEND , 15 SWEA CITY „,„„ 18 LuViRNE •_,_ 18 LAKOTA „•',.,-..,;. 15 WiSLlY ,;..;•;;„..; 45 BURT ..,.„„„.,;. 34 TITONKA .;...W',v.--37 ION1 ROCK --,,,,, s 10 FiNTON ; Ti ,,.,,,, 18 IUFFAL§ ^INTIR , 13 CORWITH _..i r ._ 10 ARMSTRONG ..... 9 LEDYARD : _ 9 ALL OTHERS: (Cylinder, Uvermore, Sexton, Renk, Irvington, Ringsted, Ottown, i, Bo«te, Woden, Brjtt, etc. „_.. L THf BEST PRESCRIPTION FOR BUSINESS JS PlANNfD, CC^5l$TINTJ/NfWSPAFfR THI A8IA ANYTHINO THi NEWSPAPER . , , UT1U. ^•iii'.^v ^ ,^ ,*H-

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