The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1957 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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Progressives On Tour t-AI§«na (fa.) Uppaf B*« Molnei Thursday, 20, ff§? ning. June 25. M V On I If- serving .m.'tteo II r ^ K -ht M V and u \ J w H M -c .if u i.h:i irvn « ere Sun j ;h; Hilt Siudor h;-niv in Clarion Ms .-:•>.i M:> ZUn.'.y W. ; -ru: <- Fort D> Mi!.- ',•,. •,',.: Wf-k,'!l i ;i ;;•.'.•.:.:n the p.-rt-n'if! Al Wa^ntt .';-•,f.c A public ca: .i pnr'.y \v;l! K i < Ui in St. J.-.'-eph's parish hx. \Vtiine=:d':y ai'U; n >OR. June 26. .-prn~ored by the CaUiolic Mis- juniuy Societj-. One hundred and sixty-f ;tii i Scifert and with former Glsss- loina Dfinstadt of Fresno. f i v i hv plane June 8 i -. sit v.ith her form<;' J an Miner, and Mr M « LI J nfinson and Gary V r r Vii <••, i Mr« liob Yohn of M it p 1 - <!{•«. it the Weekend •: tiiv parental A jgust Carman P ::,'n:;i Studtr. who -is cm\; in I'jji? Enrth. Minn, spen- vt/-.>;< mi in the {KUtntal, j Mr-« Franklin Rode and Snfarv. - TI. Thon,:.? P.'ui. svere brotigi;' home Situ: day from tha Brit hospital where the baby wa= b>m Tuesday, June 11. Mr and Mrs N. F. Weber spent As many 4-H clubs around the county hare b*en doing during recent week*, the Fenton Progressive club went on a to-ir =• v--- a days ago and paused to hav« their picture taken at the far~> hc : ^ of Dan-ell Berkland. " " """ Darrell is showing hi* Hereford baby feeef to the rest of th* group in the above photo. Others shown. teft to right item row are: Jon Jentz. John Ruger. Darrell Newel, Darreil Zwi&fet. Craig n° rc t a ll' r 0 !"' u Berk ^f ld ' J Gar> Zw '« ft *' unknown, and Bnan Botchardt. In back are Lloyd Berkland, assistant leader. Earl Jentz, Billy Jentz Jerri' Waite, John Munch, David Finnestad Irvin Borchardt, leader. The members studied each member's project, then had a ball game and potluck supper at Fenton. Projects included an? dairy sheep, beef and swine. (UDM Engraving) ««"*• young folks are taking swimming ! the Fathers Day weekend al lesson? at the local pn,-!. 107 j Jefferson with their daughter. •sre from Titonka and 57 f. ..-m j Margaret Jean, her husband Wtsley. ' Mr and Mrs Will C'ernents. Jr. i'f Iowa Citj, who with then daughter were guest< in the R. C. B.j'ier h-nr.e, ivtn! to Mason City Calvin Miinecke. and son Steven Mr and Mrs Carl Anderson <;'. Richmond, Kan. spent several day? over the weeaknd with h:.- s;.-tcr, Mrs Marie Kuhz in Algon; ~ , _ ^ , —••-" — •»•••«• -'•.-»vA»*vn.»**»t,^tii VifcWJ it Sunday. June 9. to atttna j and with his brother. Jens And- s.aaun^ of t<Mivge fntr.ds. p r «nn anrl «.-;?» h nr » •1 Sfyidebakerl has-... THE MOST HEADROOM of any car in its class. Ample leg roota, too. STYLING that started the trend toward the low silhouette. POWER AND ECONOMY up to 275 hp—plus America's best economy record I TWIN TRACTION another exclusive that lets you go when others are stuck. ~ LUXURY-LEVEL RIDE i with variable-rate j front springing in all [ sedans. ^ 18 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM... • TRADES the others just talk about! • TERMS that suit your convenience! • SERVICE that you can olwaya4epend upon, •DRIVE •COMPARE... »• ' * •jl^JP ^^^^^^^p^n^^^P^^^^I'.w^. Paul Engen, 26 Years At i, Leaves Wesley has been Mr an.i Mr? Jo-in Bauer , h-idrvn vi.-;:eJ in C;ar:;>n Su:s- Mr an-i Mr? J. P. S'uder drove I to Cre»co taily Sunday movnins and to-jk then- Sister | CaiSolyri and two other nun.> t-- ! Mankato. ?«Iinn where they w;u attend summer school at Gooci Council Hill. Mr and Mrs Studer visited their son Stanley Studer and family at Albert Lea on their way home from Mankato. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson anci Mr and Mrs Chff Aniir.son attended graduation exercises a' St. Olaf College in Northfield Minn. Sunday at 2 p.m. Mrs Ed Thisien and children of Waterloo spent the weeken:! here at the parental, Mrs Helen Johnson home. Valgene and Ted Hansen, sons of Mr and Mrs Theron Hansen left Saturday for a vacation trip to the Black Hills area. Mrs Esther Skow of Boone Paul Engen. who \ spent several days last week ai buitermaker at tht» the Fred Bentele home. erson and wife here. Farmer's Cooperative Creamery here for the past 26 years, ha"? resigned as of June 15 and has accepted a similar position with the Ringsted Creamt-ry. Charly Weir of Thornton will replace Engen. Father - Son Banquet Men of the Evangelical Free church held a Fathers - Sons banquet at the church parlors, June 12 with 50 guests present Lester Larson was master of ceremonies. Dr. Paul Warner was in charge of a musical program. Dwight Seaberg gave a toast to fathers and Cliff Anfinson responded with a tribute to sens* * ' C.D.A. Meeting Set The C. D. of A. will hold their regular meeting Wednesday eve- Mr and Mrs Herman Krull of Britt visited Mrs Mary Seifert Tuesday evening last week. Prairie neighbors met with Mrs Lawrence Baylor Tuesday last week with Mrs Ralph Sen:pull as assisting hostess. A social time and cards were the afternoon's diversion. Plans were made for a family picnic to be held on the first (Sunday in July at the Wesley park. Ruth Wise, Merle Ann Hang and Mary Girres arrived home Friday from district 4-H camp. The Paul Erdmans report a new granddaughter, 8 ¥2 pound i Martha Jane, born June 1 to Mr j ^nd Mrs Connie Holben of Lan-, sing, Mich. Mrs Holben is the former Madelaine Erdman. Carol Albee. daughter of Mrs Florence Albee of Jefftrson, spent the past two weeks here with her grandmother, Mrs Mary SECTION (With This Newspaper) Active Dry Yfeast FLEISCH- O 1 1 ~ MANN'S 0 for I 1C KARO Syrup 5 Ib. can NESTLE'S Choc. MorsHIs. Pkg. ... NESTLE'S A Quik. 1 Lb CREAM- ETTES HILEX Bleach __ BALL Dome Lids 2 Pkga. 6Ic 25c 45c 45c 54c I2c HOOD'S SUPER-VALU Sat AT WHITTEHORE, IOWA une Legal Description Of Houses To Be Sold SOUTH HOUSE—^outh «/ 2 of Lot 6 and All Lots 7 & 8, Block 2, Hiffhlawn ,Vddi- tion to Whittemore, Iowa. 62'/ixl32-ft. lots. NORTH HOUSEU-North «/j of Lot 6 and Lots 4 and 5, Block 2, Highlawn Addition to WhJttemore, Iowa. 62ftxl32-ft. lots. BOTH HOUSES ARE NEW!! (One Housfi Lived In Only 6 Month.s — Both Houses, Story and Half) Located 2 blocks west, 1 block south of Bank in Whittemore Both homses have six rooms, including 2 b:'druomM. All hardwood floors, all newly painted, built-in cupboards, full basement, 30-gul. Rheem Hot Water Heater, Arui- stwHig Gas Furnace, LOOO-gal, Storage Tank. Plumbing, Wiring, etc., all new, Duo- mtit)c Windaws, Plastic Tile Floors in Kitchen and Bathroom. Closets in Bedrooms, pins extra storage space, TJ5BMS; 20% 4own op day of sale. The sellers agree to furnish an abstract of title showing merchantable title in the sellers and a good and sufficient warranty deed within 80 day.s of the date of .sale, and possession will be given immediately. OWNEJltf: Alfred Bell of Whittemore and the Baker Lumber Co. of Emmetshurg, TIME OF AUCTION: North House at 1:00 P.M. and South House at 2:30 P.M. WISES AVAILABLE FOR ENSPEOTSON Hie house* will b* available for inspection evenings* from 7:00 to 9;OQ P. M., BKFOHB SAWS DATE, and .SATURDAY BlQltNIN<;~-PAY OF SALE. Can JBe Inspected by Contacting Alfred Bell at Whittemore Algoaa, "Bless, This Is a 'Dog-gone' Good Idea! 9 ' in "Aye, Mr. Rusk, I'll It's a Great Time-Saver WE AT RUSK DRUG, begging your pardon, take this novel way of introducing you to our new front "Check-Out" Counter, which has been designed for your shopping convenience in our store. This new installation is very similar to what is used in large drug stores, and it will give the Your Doctors Prescription Filled at Once, While You Wait, If You Desire . . . But If You Have Other Duties To Attend to, This May Be a Service to Piease You Two graduate registered pharmacists are on duty at Rusk Drug to compound your prescription. A prescription will be prepared at' once, when brought in, if desired. Also, where necessary and most especially in the cases of emergency, a prescription will be filled and delivered, at no extra charge, of course. But if you bring your prescription to us for filling, and wish to shop sround, or have other duties at the moment, you may leave your doctor's prescription at our front counter, there receiving a duplicate of* the prescription number, doctor's name, and prescription identification. When you return, your prescription will be ready, and by presenting your duplicate slip you may pick up your prescription at any time you wish. A special "in triplicate" designation enables us to render you this service. Our personal service is yours as always . . . and a graduate registered pharmacist is at all times available for personal consultation, as is so often the case. But aside from that, you can leave your doctor's prescription here . . . receive your accurate identification duplicate . . . and pick up your prescription a year from now, it you choose. It will be waiting for you. 'immediate' service which, we have felt our customers wanted. Here is a brief description: ' • IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT TO OUR FRONT ENTRANCE is our new 'Check-Oul' Counter. We think you will be quite pleased with this new feature, because it is interesting, and more lhan that, will enable us to serve you far better. But more of that later — as you come in the store, just feel free to browse around among our counters and shelves for what you want. • LET'S SAY YOU WANT A BOTTLE OF BUFFERIN OR A TUBE OF TOOTHPASTE OR A BOTTLE OF COLOGNE. Most of our customers know where to go to find it. Pick up the items you want right from our shelves — as most folks do anyway — and then instead of standing on one foot and the other wailing for a clerk, just walk up to our new 'Check-Out' Counter. • THIS NOT WHAT YOU CALL "AUTOMATION" OR MAN FROM MARS STUFF — no, we are all of us most happy at all t«.mes to render the personal service that is expected so much of the time in a drug and jewelry store. But so often, against our will, a customer in a hurry has been forced to wait, and that is what we are changing. • S A°P' !£ Y JP U ARE AT THE NEW 'CHECK-OUT' COUNTER AT HUSK S — there we now have a modern automatic cash, charge and change register with large 'windows' on your side as well as ours. As a sale is run up, you see exactly what we see. And with your purchase, this machine gives you a receipt that shows what you gave us, what your purchase cost, and what your change is. So many times, especially with regard to medicines and prescriptions, such a 'receipt' is wanted, and we now give you such a receipt with your purchase. Here, we also give you your GREEN STAMPS. • WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU to enjoy this new 'Self- Serve feature m our store ... as always, we are here to serve you, but we feel we have added something that will find approval from you, our valued customers. COOL TIPS ON SOME HOT VALUES ! FAMOUS SUMMERTIME Palm Beach Cologne Regularly $2.00 — Special at $1 Get Those Pesky Ants NOW ! Plastic Foam Sponge Included ! Expeilo Ant-Killer IWrisley Bath Crystals In a Handy Sprayer Bomb $1.19 A Big Hot Weather Special at $1 Bathing Caps Made by Playtex - Blue, Pink, White $1 G-i-ct-n-t ORANGE DRINK Fresh Ma4e at ow Fountain It's Pleasantly Perfumed | New "SEA AND SKI" Kan-Ki! Bug Killer I Tanning Cream Jgst Spray It From The Can I it's All the Rage at the Beaches 98c | 59c Regular 69c (FULL PINT) Mineral Oil Save 20e on ivery Bottle! 49e

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