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

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1961
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A , t,«, - » y\ t . .s> •f^,- '? • '1 V 11 ", DaN^I MISI IT! STARTS / -' ' . ' f ' • WOMEN'S COATS • SUB-TEEN • GIRLS' COATS • SNOW SUITS 'S GREAT COAT SALfll • GIRLS' CAR COATS • BOYS' *Aft COATS "/2 '^•''"'.''TijC'V 1 To You ,< 11 . .M.. ',, ,' From all of us to all of you our best Wishes Thanks for your ; • - i« i ", ' • , to sdrvmg ypu in! 962. The SECURITY STAJE BANK Friendly Bank ; Member F.D.I.C. , Vi. ".'.-; i ALGONA, IOWA 100,000 Bu. Of Stored Corn Offered For Sale R. I. Anderson, Chairman 01 the Kpssuth County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee, today advised : that approximately 100,000 bushels of GCC bin site stored corn are being offered-for sale on the basis of sealed competitive bids. All bids for the purchase of this corn must be received in the County ASCS .Office On or before 3:00 p.m. Dec. 20, 1961 for lots 1 through island ort or before 3:00 p.m>Ded27, ! j 1961 for lots.:-19; through,: 32.) #rbspective bidders may make I arrangements with the County ASCS Office 10 examine the grain being offered for sale. All firms or individuals who are interested in*' bidding" 'dn; the sale -of; this grain :> should 'contact* the County ASCS Office for complete information and the neces- sary forms on w.hiph. to submit offers. Area Scouts To Present Shows An opportunity for tlie.public 1 ^ to see Cubbing, Scouting and Ex*' 1 ' ploring programs in' action v WiJJ^ be provided in this vicinity all] over the Prarie Gold ,C6UncilJs| 19-county ,area , in the months ahead' as. district "Scoutingland Expositions" are presented. •;' ' The*local district committee is headed by Jim Mallory, LuVefne^ The Expositions.^ for?;' dates and places will-'be b FV :, district committees? will' ; 'naVe'' ; demonstration • booth for each Cub, Scout and r Explorer u'M.] Each unit will Select an activity? or skill in which? it is particiul^! ly interested 344 Will present It, "live" with actual demonstration techniques. • s * : .', .' : Shortly before the date of the isjiow, 'the boys will -begin their ticket sale. Moneys will) bemused Thursday, December 21, 196! Algona (tq.) Upper DM Mdlnei-3 and each unit will have an opportunity, through commission^, to earn money for equipment. Units are now receiving their .Scoutingland information from the Council office in Fort Dodge and work will be starting shortly. It is going to be one of the busiest winters in the history of the -Prairie Gold Area Council. NOTES OF ' SERVICE MEN •it >•«• t, w -*— ^'••«-,J« (T^***. J 1*^ *. to pay the costs of the sWw-l ^ Peace oa Eartb, <xood Witt to .Af^.* What a wonderful Christmas message.! Holiday befitted tvithtbis trut tpirt't of Christmas arid «ach ofyotf kfate,dl>y it, WESTERN BUYfRS MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Nicki D Clark, training jdeVicesman't &< ond class, IJSN.f idnlof ?Mr.{ a Mrs. Homer' ft. ^Clarii '•oi*33fl,( i ., Thorington, Algona, was gradu- Naval Station, ' Newfoundland, and the latter half in sljnitar Work at the Bermuda Naval Station, &ted; 'Dec: 1, 'Jfr6m rn * • ! *" _T ' Y^ : i * T • > i • Dui-ing the' 32-week course"" he studied, advanced-, electronics Associated with navigation, I radar, electronic -, cdiint^ 'measures and anti-subm^afine^, : )Wfrfiref equipment. ."''."' .' •'•'."' -• Before entering the .July 1958, Clark was graduated ilrom Algona; high school.: vV' •• , V CORPS, Germany— Army IPvt.. Roger'D. Nitz, son of ^Mr. jand •MrV.Frank/G.'-Nite,'. Ledy|ard, 'recently participated; in Exercise iMain. 'Barge,"a V Corps. ; field 'straining exercise in jCentrali Germany/ If » , ! — ': *' ! : 'i'i I » 4 T-V"f 1 d w'hee'FanciArack^rfepaii- the ,l£\h s Arrhored Cavalry >• ?**.r»**.'?-«t v« i ^' 1 *' 5'M.aiij' , ... \ :.S}leyi .'Kflj}:, 3 arid W- [Jspvers.eas : last ' OdfOber. U - - 0 '-ar-oid' r 4qldier ;is :.a ,-,„......?''#• Ledygrd, 1 high sohooi. , 3. I. — Ens. Lynn.' C| sStru^hfers, -CjivU I; Engineer ,Corp§, USN.' febri -i)|' ^t?> and Mrs; E!.*H. 'S,truthefs' of ^esley, is servjhg \yitlr "N^l^obile Construction B a 1 1 a 1 i o if Six, scheduled, to re'turn to.-its'/.Davis- yllle, R/ J., home port,.; Dec. 16, «fter six months" in Newfound- and Townsend Club Has Xmas Party I Algona. Townsend Club met at the ,T. J. Fisher home Tuesday evening, Dec. 12th for the last business session of 1961. Mrs. Willey preside'd in the absence of Mrs. Holdre'n. Miss Bllsborougrt read the minutes and one addi tipn.;was made. All the news' jet- tejrs {Vvere. read. - ' , , , ; •'The hex*t' bu's'iness meeting was scheduled for Tuesday evening, Jan. 23rd. |;- TM -rflannihg committee, anf Jiour^cM'thfer'e. would be'.-a'^hrist- 1 tolas?' part $ oh Tuesday"', av^hingi pec. t 19th at the W. R. Carney hbfnev starting j 6ff With 1 '.a 6:30 cO.Verfd dish supper arid" gift ex- thangeJ ' ;« ,, • J M*»»^. *u^** i*.fj. ctvt^Aav.W' .*!* mail, carried in places by day and train by night. Miss Clara Barton was made first president of American Red Cross after its j.orgahfaati6n< in Washington, D. C. on May 2l. 1881. ' • f '.. ' '. TO m mm..:' Here V our ;/teheery carol for yoli — i May all the^oys of the Holiday Season^ 1 be youra on Christinas Day I CARPETING RF&n'S FURNITUR ALpONA, JQWA , wA(it Apa artma 7 Sea,I5ee ur»t spent 'half its deployment in c'pnstrtictlon ana repair projeots at the Argentia ' I l! J. 1 Look your loveliest dM.rinjg.fhe festive time ahead. We'll personalize one of our most exciting new hair styles to'flatter you. . . . And for loveliness that truly flatters you, buy your cosmetics from us. We will help you in your selection and everi instruct you in their correct application. Buy your beauty with confidence from State Beauty Sa|on. A "Beauty Certificate" made out In any amount is the greatest gift of them all. STATE BEAUTY SALON JUNE SIMPSON "OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS" CY 4-3127 Tip^^ " " ' '" ' The heartwarming spirit that «ec 9 mpar(if5 e ¥ ery CJiristmqs season is with us again fusfom at Holiday-tim«, the effi?er*, directors, and fteff'gf qnd a happy proipersus Ne\y Yfar, . and on«» spmpeny join in wishing yeu 0 ¥ «y B s bus fefl«n DRUGGISTS' MUTUAL INSURANCE CO, f President Home leww You can apply aldrin granules or fertilizer mixes with 9 stand- 4 «pr<)adei » ny time Apply aldrin now— nave valuable time at planting f ' i,,; :v i ''••!.",,"' N ow you cm apply »ldrin granule* or , U extra, bu^heU per »cr». In wme fertilizer oiixes to cornland any tijp« yield increase* bav« ru« M hJgb M u - Pecember IS in4 March 15. ' ' ' * ... . , extra bushels. won't evaporate as long as tent- Qoft? AlttHt what yw SMt« c>B apt jfS stay below 60°F. «tra bushel of corn. I 1 No Ufed to mix aldrin in with the soil. Com* in or call iw today. W<! hjvf Moisture, aided by thawing and, fweiipft *ldrip gr^i " - - - WiU do the job. Next Spuing, »Idjrm will ready fey fc ilffady be {dlh'ng soil insects, clearing th« way for corn plant; to get off to t c)rjr f«t,jl}«ff, SPiNCER PUNT HOODS Iq I&14 Mils, corn protected »va»g<

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