The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1957 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 10, 1957
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6—Algeno do.) Upper Des MolnM Thursday, January 10, 19B? Mrs Robbins, 11, Burial At Livermore Livermore — for Mi ••• .T'lhn T?t Funeral ?orvirr? Hnn.«. who pass- ••'ftcr :> Lnv: illnrs* \v;is hold Sat afti :;V--P. Dec 29. n! Die Lind- hnrl Kinvvjil II,ime in Humboldt at \\\T. <>Yl.n-k. Bui ial took place by iho fide of her husband at Union i i^-it'icrv in T.ivermorc. Pry. Worthy Usher*. Livermore Methodist pastor, officiated. Srrvim! as nalUn aroi's wore V •".•nil-- Frdman. Otto Anderson. Miltun Arn.--tn>np. Keith Logue. Fritz ;>nd Kvo'-ett Andorsen. Dtirinu' tlio services Tommv CnhvcH sins, accompanied by M>'<: R-ismus Olson. Mrs Bobbins died in lf>47. She is ?urvi\vd by two sons George of I.ivermorp and Warren of Corpus Christi. Texas, and one daughter. Mrs Rudy Sprona of Seattle. Wa«h. and one sister. Mrs Edward Yahnke of Buffalo Center. Wan-en Bobbins of Corpus Christi. Texas and Mrs Yohnke of Buffalo Confer and one niece attended the services. Mr and Mrs Harry Clark won first in the Christmas decoration contest. The Harold Gronbachs were second and the Jess Martins third. Dinner cur-sts Christmas Day at the Nick Bormann homo were Mr and Mrs Ed Frieders and fpmily of Algona, Mr and Mrs Albert Thi'ffcs and family and Mr pnd Mrs Willie Thilfies and fam- ilv. Mr pnd Mrs Norbert Knecht of West Bend, Ted. Christine and Joe Schmallen of West Bend. Virginia Bormann of Fort Dodge and Gertrude McLaughlin of Belmond. Mr and Mrs Alvin Lenertz and family were Christmas dinner guests at the Altman home. Mr and Mrs Arlo McGowan and family were Christmas dinner guests at the Rudy Amasson home in Renwick. There are Mr McGowans relatives. Mr cncK Mrs Kenneth Rilev were Christmas dinner guests with his parents, Mr and Mrs Orville Rilev. Ronald Ogan, who has beer stationed at San Diego, Calif, at the Naval training center arrived home Friday evening on a 17-day leave. From here he will report at Norman. Oklahoma. Mrs William Wilder of Syracuse, New York arrived Monday for a visit over the holidays with her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Monson. • Mr and Mrs Loren Holmes, Mr and Mrs DeVerne Holmes and familv. Mr and Mrs Robert White and Mr and Mrs Ed Reimers and son of Fenton enioved a not luck dinner Christmas Day at the Harold Frederick home. Shirley and Lois Roney, who are employed in Cedar Rapidr Fnent Christmas with their par ents Mr and Mrs Guy Raney The following ladies enjoyed a party Wednesday afternoon at the Art Vaudt home in honor o f •the birthday of Mrs Wavnr Vaudt: Mrs Lane, Mrs John Hohenbercer. Mrs Dolores Christensen Mrs Roy Brown and Mrp Marv Hpuck. It was also the birthday of Mrs Brown. Sam Melavin of Omaha, Neb is spending thp holidays here with his sister, Mrs Elmer Gronbach and other relatives. A daughter was born Dec. 21 to Mr and Mrs Alvin Eroeldinp at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Jack Hansen and two sons of Grinnel spent a few days over Christmas with her parents. Mr and Mrs Rav Wilson Mrs Anna Berte and Agnes and Mrs Art Vaudt attended the Christmas program at St. Joe. The Neighborhood club held p pot luck supper Thursday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Hpnrv Groh. Mr and Mrs Julius Becker and family enioved a Christmas dinner one dav last we»k with her mother, Mrs Youngwirth at Wesley. Francis Bormann, attendinp College in Dubuaue. spent thr holjdfvs with his parents, Mr and Mr« John Bormann. Di™ner fuests Christmas Eve at the Mrs Anns Berte home were Mr an<3 Mrs Raymond Be'-te and familv of n«ir LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Alvin Berfp pnd family and Mr and Mrs Cletus Streit and farnily of near Rt -Toe. M«- and Mr? Wallace Honck and family were Sundav evening visitors at the Bert gchwendemanr home. Yvonne F»hmv-uin of Her Moines sp^nt Ch'-i c t r nas «'ith. her parents, Mr end Mrs Sylvestei Fuhrmann- Ri»sph and Mr «nd M<-s Rvivester Fuhrmann and dauahte<- Yvonne of Des Moines were Christmas dinner guests at the Lawrence Fuhrmann home. Mr »nd Mrs Wallace HoucV were Sunday dinner guests with her parent*!. Mr and Mrs Tom Taylor and familv. LUVERNE NEWS Misses Beul»h and Doris Eiglo«ton of Des Moines spent the Christmas holiday with their «M»r*nts, Mr and Mrs Gewge A. Together they spent fty with .their slater ter, Mr and Mrs Arthur pbefthontas. Mr and received a Christ - Henrv Miss Ackerman To Wed Jan. 19 Mr and Mrs Earl Ackerman of Burt announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Shirley, above, to Eulan Schuller, son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Schuller of Lotts Creek. The wedding will take place Jan. 19. • Portland Twp By Mrs. Victor Fitch toa at Brunswick, Mr and Mrs Roscoe Stewart and Ellen, Mi and Mrs W. J. Stewart and David, Mr and Mrs Donald Mankle and son of Laurens and Keith Giegory of Algona were Christmas dinner guests in the Earl Shipler home. Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen and family, Mr and Mrs Levant Moore and family, Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen and Nancy and Velma Larsen spent Christmas Day at' the home of Mrs Minnie Larsen. Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen and Nancy, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Lee Copen of Lakota, left Wednesday morning for Temple, Arizona where they will visit the Vernon Larsen family. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bartlett and Merlyn were Christmas dinner guests at the Andrew Hansen home of Swea City. Mrs Hazel Carroll, Sharon, Billy and Bobbie spent Christmas Day with Mrs Carroll's mother, Mrs Fannie Albright,. Christmas dinner guests at the Herman Harms home were: Mr and Mrs Herman Gruis Sr., Mr and Mrs Herman Gruis Jr. and family, Mr and Mrs Jim Rippentrop and family and Mr and Mrs Edger Ricks and family. The annual Township NFO meeting was held Friday evening January 4th at the Portland Townshio Hall. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Mr arid Mrs Chester Fitch and Mr and Mrs Arnold Danielsen attended the "Young Married Farmer Group" Christmas party Friday night at the Owen Hirt home. Merlyn Bartlett was host at a Steak Supper Saturday evening for three boys that graduated last year with him. Gerald Wel- housen. Daryl Sparks and Sid Buffington. Mary Ann Bartlett is home on a four day leave for New Years. ,Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen and familv \vere Sunday dinner guests at the Lloyd Bartlett home. The Clerks, Judges and ASC officers had an oyster dinner at thp Portland Community Hall. Those present were Mr and Mrs R. I. Simpson, Mr and Mrs Harold Presthus and family. Mr and Mrs C. W. Hecrdt and family. Mr and Mrs W. J. Stewart rind David, Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen and family, Mr and Mrs Fran?. Teeter, Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul Tientm and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Rartlott and Merlyn. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy was guest of honor. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks and family spent Christinas at the home of Mr <ind Mrs Guy Diamond of Wesley. Rev. and Mrs Max Goldman and family called at the Howard j Sparks home Christmas Eve. | Raymond Carlson was a Friday | afternoon caller at the Howard Sparks home. Mr and Mrs Jake Smith and Sheryl spent Christmas with Mrs Smith's parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Gross of Burt. Mr and Mrs Howard Dawson and Jeniel of Dos Moines spent Friday night at the Howard Sparks home, Mrs Dawson and Mrs Sparks are sisters. Mr and Mrs Joe Goetz of Wesley visited Saturday night at the Howard Sparks home and Sun- dav afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Cap Smith of Alsjom. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch and girls called at the Clyde Moore home Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Jake Smith and Shery! were New Years dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Cecil Householder of Welcome, Minn. The wise man makes hay with the grass That grows under other men's feet. Kossuth Engineer At Road Meeting Ames — County engineers from six Iowa counties met with representatives of the Iowa State Hiehway Commission and the Bureau of Public Roads Dec. 28 for general discussion of the Commission's plans for secondary roads. The meeting was called by the Commission to secure information from engineers whose counties have had considerable experience in such construction. All types of asphaltic pavements were discussed as were the relative merits of different types of surfacing, asphaltic cement, asohaltic cement cut back with oil and asphaltic cement in water emulsion. County engineers attending were- W. L. Anderson, O'Brien; James R. Dougherty, Muscatine; i Melvin B. Larsen, Henry; Charles K. Paulson, Hancock; H. M Smith, Kossuth, and John C Mors, Webster. A Contest Winner John C. Love of Alffona, local representative of the Waddell & Reed investment firm has been awarded a sterling silver orize in n contest sponsored by the firm for its 3fi sales representatives in Iowa. Mr Love sold the largest number of r n riodic investment plans in the contest. TEAR GAS Burglars broke into the Farmers co-op at Thornton recently. Their efforts to break into the safe were foiled when a tear gas bomb behind the dial was broken. But thejfc got away with about $800 of office equipment. IP i up mi wi imii.,—w ,iii UP i* <=*-. JO.WP .u... SALE of DRAPERIES Once a Year This is an annual event when we reduce our drapery stock and close out discontinued patterns, no longer available. This is ALL REGULAR STOCK (some of the season's most popular patterns and colors). Most goods are 48 inches wide and some are 50-yard bolts. Also shorter lengths. If you have been putting off buying drapes for that "special" room — don't miss this opportunity, to A limited assortment of panels, ruffled and tier styles-priced for J quick clearance at I/ only '/2 at CHRISCHILLES STORE Starting 1957 with a BARGAIN "BANG" » ' This is a sale of QUALITY merchandise. Almost everything in this advertisement is directly from our owtt stock, where QUALITY is our watch word. _TheJe\t_J^specials" we are offering are ALL from firms with whom we do regular business, thus insuring you the same high quality as you find every day in this store. So we say — BUY WITH CONFIDENCE from Name Brands you are familiar with. Remember there is no substitute for QUALITY. "UNBEATABLE VALUES Here's a |truly "wanted" item—the new Heirloom bed- 1 —*] spread, a fine reproduction of the very expensive hand' woven design, will give years of satisfaction, pre-shrunk and ready to use full double size only in bleached white, yellow, green and pink— AA "fQ very special of this January sale. y«?il9 TWEED RUG SPECIAL—A sensational bargain in fine tweed (very new) scatter rugs, beautiful colors and strictly non-skid, a viscose and acetate combination for lasting beauty and complete satisfaction. 24x42 size and guaranteed washable. A real value for AA J"A this January sale only $U*v«f. BRA AND GIRDLE SALE: This is our semi-annual clean-up of all odd sizes and discontinued styles—the. very garment you're looking for smd have been wearing may be here—all regular stock, all branded, ' ' \l A IT IT 9. IT If ET II reliable makes your choice /2 VI • Of bVkll BATES BLANKET SPECIAL: Here's a, brand ne,w budget priced blanket, never before shown* by Bates,'a soft blend of rayon and nylon, completely washable, mothproof, 100% nylon binding, full color range and l^ff JCQ a remarkable 'value for only < .14^ i_u _^>V" »wv MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS. IN BUTTONS, BLOUSES, HOSIERY AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. L ' Brand Name Piece Goods YARD GOODS Our yard goods are ALL HAND PICKED—no case assortment and all are brand names like Bates, Burkington, Everfa^t, Lebanon and Corticelli. You'll never see a more beautiful and attractive lot of piece goods. Prepare for Spring sewing HERE AND NOW at new low prices ... Only 39c to $2.99 including some 60-inch woolens. Remnants— The tremendous piece goods selling has left us with a lot of shprt,lengths and remnants—don't pass these up for chil- *l%*4\«*'ci" *l*«rf%dinAn «n J gM 4% ^Ik W KM dren's dresses and skirts or blouses. SWEATER SPECIAL A great assortment of orlon, wool and cashmere sweaters at real "close-out" prices all STOCK GOODS and we had the season's most popular styles, full cojor and size range—for that "extra" sweater—buy it here and now at . . . $2.79 to $24.99 FINE JEWELRY: A whole table-full of this exclusive costume jewelry and it all goes into this sale at vi PRICE, J y BOTANY YARN—last call, We are going out of the yarn business so supply your future needs—all types, all colors nothing held back, must sell nuicklv to make room-Here it goes at just '/? PRICE. HURRY, HURRY, HURRY. BRANDED GOODS NAMES YOU HAVE CONFIDENCE IN! PEQUOT is a name that has been known for years— same as sterling on silver, a guarantee of quality and long wearability. We offer these low prices for this January sale only. ? 81x108 SHEETS $2.49 72 x 108 SHEETS .... $2.29 36 x 42 CASES 49c Take advantage of these LOW prices and stock up. TERRIFIC These values are MOST UNUSUAL—not the run-of- the-mill towels but fine Calloways "absorbenized" product. We are OVERSTOCKED and must reduce quickly. We have really CUT PRICES. Both sets and separate towels and wash cloths, from A \ QQ And real values too. to DISH CLOTHS: This is what you've been waiting for, full bleached all NEW MATERIAL, giant 30 x 30 inch size, pre-shrunk, ready to use, you've never seen a better dish cloth M and only *t»for MATTRESS PADS: Not the usual "sale" kind but extra fine quality, full bleached, zig-zag stitching, comp 1 e t e 1 y washable and long wearing. 39 x 76 in. ~ $2,59 54x76 in. -$3,39 STEVENS ALL LINEN TOWELING —a standard for 50 years and sold by this store for a half century 18 inches wide, full bleached only 39c. J.AST CAI4* FOR ALL WINTER COATS, SUITS, DRESSES, SKIRTS AND MILJ4NERY The Chrischilles Store NOW IN ITS 88th YEAR AND STILL QOINO STRONG

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