The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1957 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 17, 1957
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(la.) Upper D« Moinet Thursday, January If, Mr end MM Charles Fox spent Sunday nt Bancroft with the latter's mother, Mrs L. A. Rarsinu Mr and Mrs Glen Graham spent Sunday at E«thervilh' with Glen's cousin nnd hu.=h: nd. Mr and Mrs K. E. May. They also visited briefly in .Spirit Lake. Rochclle, daughter of Mr and Mrs L. W. Johnson of Irvine* -n. and Cnrol Cox of Dana, were weekend cuests of Roehelle's par- enl*. N< xt weekend the giils will be at Dana with Carol's parents. They are students at the Iowa Strte Teachers college. i i • • • • • • • • • • I i ^WHP^ Mr end Mrs Kenneth Straharn ;.nd Mr and Mrs Don Frederick arc- spending from Sunday til 1 Thursday at Minneapolis, attending a hardware dealers meeting. Mr and Mrs Henry Kohlhaar hpd as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs John Mertz, Eugene and Irvin, of Bode, and Mr and Mrs Ralph Kohlhaas and Norman, of St. Joe. Mrs A, D. Lehman is recover ing at her home from a recent sickness for which she was hospitalized at St. Ann. Mrs Sadie Hopkins is staying with her as housf-keoper-compankm. Mr and Mr* Andrew Hansel*, Mrs Inez Wolfe and Mrs Helen Trauger drove to Titonka Sunday, to call on Mrs W. J. Denton. Funeral services for Mr Denton were held Monday at Titonka. Mrs Charles DuCharme, nee Mary Rice, is here from Grosse Point Farms, Mich., visiting her mother, Mrs N. C. Rice who has not been well of late. Mrs Rl-cr hns been sick with virus pneumonia. Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph had as guests Saturday the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs William Quintus, the mother, Mrs Carl Christcnsen and the brother, Paul Cochran, of Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Paul James plan to go to Waterloo Sat. ami remain overnight with Mrs James' brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Kermit Burtis. Sunday,the tw couples will drive to Clinton to spend the day with relatives. Mr and Mrs Henry Fursl had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs John Fursft and Jeffrey of Lakota Ethel Woolridcp Dorothy Shattr and James Kephart of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Frank Siebritft ! have been visited by the latter'a son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Francis Heim and family of St. Louis, Mo. Mrs Heim is the former Cecelia Coleman. Mr and Mrs William Dau St. expect to leave Jon. 15 or hear there, for St. Petersburg, Fla. They will be accompanied by Mrs Dan's sister, Mrs Alma Sorenson, of Walnut. Mrs Albert Andersen, Mrs ftoy Gold and Mrs Edgar Nelsen of Albert Lea, Minn, and Mrs Dru i ighe of Los Angeles, and Harold Ranes of Spencer were visitors at the A. M. Andersen home last week. Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson left Wednesday for Milton, Wis.. where they joined Mr Johnson's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Invin Thissen and with them will go on to Winter Park, Fla., where they will spend six weeks. Evelyn Cady had as callers Monday Mrs John Rich and her sister, Mrs Bertha Barringer ot Elgin, 111., who is making an extended visit here with her brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr and Mrs John Rich and Mr and Mrs George Lee. Mr and Mrs Charles Hinken were visited over the weekend by the latter's sister Joan Sernett who teaches at Cedar Rapids. They also had as guests Sunday the brother and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Marvin Sernett 'and sons Rodney and Jeffrey of Sac City Mr and Mrs H, M. Knechi, toe* and Cheryl spent Sunday at Mason City with Mrs fthecht's brother-in-law and sister, Mr attd Mrs Al Salz. They were joined by the daughter Karla who har' been visiting friends there and she accompanied them home. Mr and Mrs Newion Hieter had as guests Sunday the former's nephew and wife, Mr and Mrs Lyle Hieter £>nd three daughters of EmmoWburg and Mfs~ Lela Hieter, his sister-in-law, who makes her home hete at Mrs Alice Clayton's. She accompanied the family home for a visit of several days. Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips and the latter's mother, Mrs ttulda Kollasch, drove to Spender Sunday to visit Mrs Kollasch'g son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Howard. Landsman, Mr Lunds- man was recently dismissed from the Spencer hospital following surgery for the removal of his gall bladder. Mr and Mrs Clayton Percival drove to Rochester, Sunday, to see Mrs Orville Wicks who is hospitalized there. Mrs Wicks was to undergo major surgery Tuesday. She and her husband and family recently returned from California where they had visited Mrs Wicks' mother, Mrs Clan) Holm a*. Oakland aftd other relatives. 232 Baby Beeves On County Feed Two hundred thirty-two KOP- suth County 4-H members have 420 baby beeves on feed this year, according to Robert Johnson, county extension youth assistant Of this number 200 are Herefords, 150 Angus and 10 Shorthorns. This is an increase of 50 projects over the 1956 beef enrollment. ' 4-H leaders, members and parents enrolled, weighed and tattoo- ed all the beef projects during the holiday vacation. These projects will be fed, trained and shown at the Kossuth Courtfy Fair in August. Swine, dairy, beef heifers, sheep, poultry, cfop and other projects will be enroll* ed bv May 15. Clubs with the largest number of babv beef members and projects are: Swea-Harrison 29 members with 55 projects; St. Joe 26 members* 47 beef; Union 18 members, 34 beef; Whittemore 21 members, 30 beef; Plum Creek 15 members, 30 beef- Prairie 11 members with 25 beef: Lotta Creek 12 members with 22 beef; GarfteM 14 members with 21 beef; Biirt 10 members with 20 beef; Fenton 9 members With 20 beef. Clubs with 15 beef projects and over enrolled are Granl, Lakota, Ea-gle and Greenwood. Clubs with less than 15 beef projects enrolled are Algona, Lincoln, Lu- Veme, Portland, Seneca and Wes- i ley. »JDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* Farmers . , See THE FIRESTONE NEW TREAD TRACTOR TIRE AD IN THE "Farm and Home Section" In This Newspaper BRADLEY BROS. FIRESTONE TIRES I our biggest sale of the year for men and boys! ' Double-Wale WORK GLOVES Heavy, double-fabric work gloves. Sturdy yellow Yankee Doodle brand. Blanket-Lined Work Jackets MEN'S WOOL SPORT SHIRTS Reg. $8.35 and $10 Reg. $7.98 The famous Lee Blue • DPnim extra heavy jacket you know so well. Available in either zipper or buttons. RT VALUES TO $3.98 HIRTS VALUES TO $5.95 3 Men's Flannel Sport Shirts VALUES TO 52,93 ID-WINTER TEN DAYS ONLY! Heavy Cotton-Rib- tied Longies, Elastic Waist. A big 'value. Extra Heavy with long sleeves. Ankle length. Regular $2.89 . • » Sweat Shirts 1.57 Tee-Shirts A fine heavyweight sweat shirt, available in colored or silver grey, Regular $1.98 value-. . . Made by Winston/ this full • combed Cotton tee-shirt is first quality in every respect. Nylon Neck, Actual Values From $45 oh, brother! ill to $67.50 Last call for suits and don't miss this message, 50 suits from our regular stock DRASTICALLY REDUCED. Save almost $40 on some suits. Wide variety of colors, materials and sizes. You'll have to wait another year for values like these. MEN'S JACKETS Values to $10.95 in ft M M this lot. From our K /I/I regular stock, all Ut*T H T first quality. 1188 1566 I Values to $14,95. For real warmth this winter, .Values to 518.35. Wools,, gabardines and reversible* available in ail three price lot«, SHOES Clearance Odd Lots VALUES TO $14.95 744 All Other Men's Shoes 20% OFF man-oh-man A new topcoat for only $27.88 — yes<siree and these are all regular stock coats, The latest styles and new colors. There are only 20 so better hurry. All Other Suits 20% Off All Other Goats 20% Off All Sport Coats 20% Off All Mens Hats 20% Off CONVERSE Five-Buckle Regularly $6.95 •^ ^1 vMP W Sizes 7*8-9-10 BOYS PARKAS Values to '14.95 of winter weather left for these, can have a rip-o|f hood or split h<x>4. twsvy Iming, ii»e» 8 to 18. ,<^?^^^~F ^^^^^f ^^j^^^r ^^^^^ w^^^^w ^^^^^v ^^^^^P ^H^II^P ^^••^•w. 4IBMMW MMpiMff 'VBHlJIpl vMMlMP -WllP ^HHII& MEN'S TIES $1,50 and $2.50 VALUES MEN'S DRESS SLACKS VALUES to $11.95 7*4 MEN'S HOODED Just a few left so come early for this value. Sizes 42. 44 and 46. Charcoal or grey. MEN'S amas Values to $5.00 in these men's pajamas. Only odd lots but the savings are worth it. 2.77 MEN'S GLOVES Warm-lined gloves $3.98 VALUES 3.19 $5.00 VALUES ft| B I jj LIAMS ALGONA,IOWA BOYS WEAR GUT! STRETCH NYLON SOX 3 PRS. 99c LEE RIDER JEANS Sizes 5 to 12 Vulcanized Knee $2.38 LONG-SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS 7:,; $1.77 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I • I I I • I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

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