The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1961 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1961
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Of Jmelry....Think Of SHARP'S December 21, 1961 JWoinos December 21, 1961 WELCOME'GIFTS - EASY TO BUY ! Smith-Corona or Remington , PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Priced To Sell - Trade Ins Welcome at the UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. ALGONA FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper DM MoInM .1 • . • • , . • If you are planning a sale, our sale service is at your 'command. This includes listing sheets, available at our office/free listing in this column and any layout help you may, need in preparing the sale ad; Also, if sale is postponed,' we re-run the ad without charge under our weather insurance plan. Jan, 10, 1962 ,— Rudy Naeye sale, Bradgate. Andersen ie Sieve, auctioneers. Jan. il, Thursday — Manning Bros, farm sale, with Big line of power machinery, etc. At farm 5 west and 5 north of Algona, or 4% sbutlx and. % :west jof> Lonei Rock. Clark & Clark, auction- eersj Security State Bank/ gona,, clerk. • Sale details 1 .in, full in January, Jan. 16. Mttnday, ,—.] Arend closing out, 'full 'Iffie'b power machinery and live'sto&k at farm % mile" east of StrBeh'e diet. Complete details latei 4 in UDM. v Jan 24. Wednesday — Jim Vipond sale, one mile south • of Hobartdn from the old*Whitte more Road. Big machinery and livestock listing. Quinh &-Leek will be auctioneers. Sale de to come later. They were humble men ;; . Those Shepherds from the plains of Bethlehem who came first to praise the' infant Christ. And later, other humble men . . . toilers and fishermen ... became His supporters and spread the faith throughout the world. Centuries later, In the hands of hum bis men, another cause grew and flourished. The cooperative Idea, born among* England's poverty-stricken weavers, was carried by nameless couriers throughout the world. It promised aid to the masses of humble people. It appealed to the hearts of men, and it helped to relieve their want and suffering. i That same spirit is the force behind our cooperatives of today. TO ALL OUR FRIENDS and PATRONS HOLIDAY GREETINGS NO, 5 OF A SERIES SPONSORED BY: RINGSTED NEW! The Roadside Neighbors, club met Thursday at the Merton McSean home. : :,;••> . i i Mr. and Mrs. Steven Glasnapp of Des Moines visited this week at the parental Walter Glasnapp lome. Other visitors there wei* Mr. and Mrs. Einer Hansen and son of Dolliver, Linda Glasnapp, ttr. and Mrs. Don Lathrum and Sherrie,. and Mr. and ; Mrs.- ,i>at Graham of Des Moines. " , ' Miv and Mrs. Andrew Pedersen ; visited Wednesday at; 'the home of Mrs. Mae Panzer at Estherville. ' Tom and Doug Evans have concluded a visit : at ,the home of 'their, grandparents; ,Mr.; arid Mrs. Marinus Paulseni while their parents, 'Mr. and i Mrs. , : Ralph Evans of Estherville were vacationing in Oregon. | ' ; ,Mrs."Harold C. .Peterson left Monday for San* Diego; 'CalE where she.'wlll visil.unm Satur r ! -ttay-^ithTier •soni'Mibhael 'EwinK! 1 whp is stationed there in th& navy. Inez Ewing willc leave next: week for Jacksonville, Fla, She will accompany Mr. and Mrs. Robert Geijelseii and Cindy of Swea City where they will spend severald weeks sightseeing. , , ' ..... Mr. and Mrs. Randall . Miller •are .parents of a* son;' Scott Randall, born Dec. 9. The lad weigh ed nine pounds, 12 ounces. He has two sisters, Susan and Sally. The Blossom Club met at the home of Candy Christiansen, with each member of the 'club making a Christmas wreath. Mrs. Richard Hinkley, Mrs. G. J. Jens- void and Mrs., Carl Knapp assisted the girls in making the wreaths. • ." '. , The Music '.Boosters have ordered 16 new band uniforms' at cost of $1002.80. Profit from ;he carnival; was reported to be f721.99, the Kiwanis dinner net:ed $102.19 and the proceeds from the basketball game saw of food was $16.77. ; i Mr. and Mrs. Larry Benck: of Granada, Minn. ; became the parents of a son, Ricky Steven, born 3ec. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Laren are grandparents.. ,,Ringsted , school will be dismissed Dec. 21 at 2:30 and will reconvene Jan. 3. Newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shryock and Mr. and Mrs. 3avid Behrends, were the first o travel over the new Princeton, ndiana Bypass last week. The p oung, couples were on their way 0 Murfreesboro, Tenn. to visit Behf ends' brother, Ronald, who is in the air force. Mr.. and Mrs. Marius Henricksen left for Reseda,' Calif, to spend Christmas with their son, Gerald Henricksen, and family. Mr. and Mrs.: Albert C. Nielsen spent several days with. their sori,- Minn, with her daughter, Mrs. J. Leo Kadgihn. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bowtnah of Spencer visited Sunday with Mrs. Martha Nelson. Patricia Chapman of Sioux . Rapids, Hildred Lundgren of Britt, Esther Wess'el of Truman, Minn, spent several days with Paulette Christensen at the parental R. T. Christensen home. On Sunday they were dinner guests at the home of Soren Christensen. INJURED Cyril Eckelberg of Batavia received facial injuries and a dislocated hip recently when a large tree limb fell on him. He had been trimming a tree and one limb did not fall all the way to the ground after being cut but dropped on him as he began to cut a smaller limb beneath it. . , . Nielsen, at --Blooming Prairie, Slinn, ,, ,"'' ' "'"v.'" "• •| Martin Thomson -is recuperit- ing from- recent surgery, on his eye- that he underwent at Mankato,, Minn. ;last week. ./Mrs! Thomsen- remained in Blue Earth) Rate Notice Effective January 1, 1962, the subscription rates for the Algona newspapers will be as follows: 1 paper, per year — $4. 2 papers, per year — $6. Elsewhere in the ' U. S. or abroad, the rates will be as follows: ' ' 1 paper, per year — $5; 2 papers, per year — $7. These fates apply for both the Algona Upper Des Moines and the Kossuth County- Advance The combination"'.rale at a reduced total jremains in effect as before. This is the only subscribtion rate increase made in the cost 6f the county the past 20 seat; newspapers years. , , i IT'S CHRISTMAS AGAIN. AND I'M full of good cheer T U/nnf frt DAM^J ~.._~l: ._ i_ « . * . &ww viicul, want to send greetings to friends far and near, But I ran out of stamps and, I confess, out of time, So if you can stand it, I'll greet you in rhyme. ill see you m person, soon for this reason, 1 can, to wish you a most happy season. TO THE BOYS AT THE POST office who get out the mail, I hope Christmas finds them both hearty and hale. (I bring third class mail at three minutes to five, But they cheerfully greet me each time I arrive) merry Christmas to the postman who my mailbox fills, But I wish he'd stop bringing me all of those bills ! ' WE HAVE LOTS OF NEIGHBOHs'who'live rathei* hear, For them I wish buckets of good Christmas cheer. There s Johnsons, Seelys, Brandows, Broesders' and Aliens, •TM l?^ es> P°" veUer s. Reids and the Heimers. , The Wittkopfs, Lauritzens, Obrechts and Hensleys, The Sorensens, Myrtle and good husband Jens, Hudsons, and Potters — all near my back fence. Fw LOTTS . OF L °VES. mostly strictly platonic, For Whom I wish Christmas to be' super-sonic , There's Charles Murtagh, Dave Pratt, and H. W. Miller, Anrf i n «?°K S °f n> S * tl } M ? Fadde n - may their socks have some filler 1 And last, but not least, my husband, Harlan, lues not platonic — he's my own special darlln,' !) ". . ' ; FOR CHARM OF MANNER and spirit so sweet. There's oodles of friends that I'd like to greet. ' Hprtense FergusorvBeth Annis, Mrs Wille and her buttons, . ^hrvrf^"' Sadl t Mi wdsiey, Rose Jones, Marie'Dutton, ~ Kathryn McMurray, Mrs'Copp and'Leora St. John, May their Christmas be the best they've ever looked on ! "' ^/NOVEMBER AUTO SALES SET RECORD Good News from Dodge! Prices on all DODGE DARI models are lower than last year LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR ______ Bernard Reilly, Mgr. WHITTEMORE CO-OP iLEVATOR .,____„_ Larry Twedt, Mgr. FARMERS ElEVATOR CO,, Swea City -„__ Ruwell Parker, Mgr. IONE ROCK CO-OP IXCHANOI ____ Urenj Qeiftenaver, Mgr, WEST BEND HEYATOR CO, ,,.^_____ R. W, J M rg m Mgr, CO-OP ORAIN & PRODUCT C0. f ^ Ringed. Kenneth Pcmerwn, Mgr. twVERNE CO-OP iliVATOR ,„. ._„_,„_, E |d gn Q^ f ^ FENTON CO-OP EliVATOR ___________ Cur«* l«m f Mf r, IURT CO-OP EliVATOR ,^_, -„„_,______ J, l. Miller, Mgr, IRVINOTON CO-OP illVATORw, _______ E. F. Immerfall, Mgr, TITONKA CO-OP EliVAtOR ,-,:__________ j^ Stoft, Mgr, HOBARTON CO-OP iliVATOR, Algonq _______ Rcj y R elcl , M g r , FARMERS CO-OP illVATCNfe i«di -„___ | t N, Ellingson, Mgr, : More new cars were sold this: November than in any other November in automotive history. Industry sales are booming at a record rate. I Before you buy any new car, check your dependable Dodge Dealer. Check the new size Dodge Dart, actually priced up to Wtlesi than last year's comparable .model.. COMPARE DART'S NEW LOW PRICE Comp»rlionj, btlow, in tmed on manufacturers' tuiiesled retail prlc, of six cylinder 2-door jedani. Only whlti-wall tires, wneel covers, other optional equipment stale end local taxes (If any) and destination charge nlra.' FORD FAIRLANE $2079 MERCURY METEOR, $2203 THE NEW SIZE DODGE DART cliEVY BISCAYNE *2241 $2324 fdei Igelwln twit* FQRD GALAXIE $2378 • , OUR PAST °HS I WISH a rare yuletide hour' ' io Hev. Isaacson, Gearen, Coughenour, and Brower. And Reys.:Gerike, Baustain, Boyd and Fountain, May their gifts be piled as high as a mountain ! lo the Docs who pull teeth and the doctors with pills, I m wishing a holiday full of good will, Greetings to the milkman who comes before it is light it s good he can't see me — at that hour I'm a sight ! IF YOU ARE NAMED, RUTH, you bear a good name, bo many nice people are called by the same. There s Ruths Robinson, Shierk, McMahon and Bay Two Ruth Sigsbees, plus Jean Ruth and Ruth McVay. May they bask in the light of this season's glow They deserve it. They bring Christmas to others, I know. . the 1962 Dart; M a totally new kind of Dodge automobile. Two feet •horte* than America's largest car. Two feet longer than the imalleet, Part is sized right in the middle of the big and little/ The Dart standard six cylinder engine is the most powerful in the business. Its standard V8 develop! more horsepower and torque than anything near its price. Dart is comfortable. (Chair-high standing performancf,, You get maneuvorability without Beata.) It ia extremely easy to handle wcrifice of comforl or room. You and park, (New low-friction steering gear.) And like every Dodge before it, completely dependable. The body is rustproofed. The brake* adjust themselves. You can go 32,000 miles between grease jobs. The 1962 Dodge Dart is nowj without question, the best buy on the market. See it. Drive it todajM IF THE 910 AND LITTIB PERCIVAL MOTORS 800 So. Phyiip* $t. Ali9n0, fows r BABY B ° YS< BA ^Y GIRLS, the sugar and spice ones, , I ve seen some especially nice ones Ah f ?i?' . R !?" ys ', KuW manns and down at Brundeens, About their dimpled charms I could simply write reams nM? lr u p ^ ents can>t miss having much Christmas joy. ' Ihe babies remind me of my own girls and boy.) WHEN SANTA GETS OVER Titonka way, hope he'Jl bring Reynolds a glad Christmas day. hope when he laughs with his little round belly e 11 bring lots of joy to newscaster Jack Shelley varied' 0 D ' Ck Sjogren ' Jim Bish °P- Bo ° Devine and bachelors is true that these guys are not married, ut to neices and nephews, I have no doubt, hey play Santa Claus without being found out. SMILE FROM THE VIRGIN to the personnel at St. Ann (If they can't make you well, nobody can) Much Christmas joy is certainly their dues, I bother .them daily to give me the news As for Amy Geering, Dot Smith and .Paulette Bradley, I hope they celebrate the holidays gladly. And Keith Rowley, Walter Klamp and each of their Mrs , I'm wishing a whole bunch of holiday kisses. FOR ALL OF MY FRIENDS on life's sunny slope, Continued blessings for them is my hope. Starting at our house, there's Jean, Mary and Bill And cousins galore for whom I have good will There's 2 Toms, 2 Jims, 2 Bobs, 2 Johns and a Larry, t or whom I m wishing a Christmas most merry, There s Muriel, Judy, Jane, and Julie, so new, Debby, Davjd, Pam, Denny, Dick, Steve, it is true, There s so many I confess that at glad Christmas time, I have a little trouble fitting them all into rhyme. * » « TO THE GRANDMAS, ESPECIALLY our Clara and Rose, I m wishing presents in their Christmas hose. For the Josh Blossoms, Ira Kohls and Mr and Mrs Rath, I hope Santa detours straight down their path. For Corrine Laing and her family, and Mr and Mrs Chet Bailey I hope the New Year brings them blessings daily * * » TO THOSE WHO ARE TAKEN with the hobby of writing, May blessings beam with the Star's heavenly lighting There's Evelyn, Fran, Margaret Durant the poet, Long may they pen !— They bring joy and don't know it. As for Nelda Finn, Charles Patterson and both of their spouses, May happiness reign in each of their houses. * « * FOR ALL OF THE GIRLS and the guys at the shop, 1 m so full of good wishes, I very near pop ! To Josephine, Merle, and Dannie and Russ, I wish for them joy, with, gosh, lots of fuss. And as for the boys in the room out in back, I hope for good fellowship they'll never ladjc. NOW I KNOW THJ5BB ARE thousands of names Ive left out, AAf to «Jl them alsp, my good wishes spout, And i| you thHjfc this poem seems a bit rough, Fitting into greetings really is tough. Merry Cbnatnws fcTAJl Wto Ujose f aTimd near, I love iOJ of you, you m friends mjghty ^^ dear !

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