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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 26, 1954
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UPPER DES MOINES through These Columns Pass Th6 Best Bargains In The World! (\a.i Upper Des Molnei Tuesday, October 26, 1954 Kirk's Shoe Store Grand Opening Kirk's Shoe Store is having a grand opening celebration Friday and Saturday with free novelty favors for the women and children plus ten wonderful grand prizes which will be given _away Saturday evening at a drawing in the store, Registration for these prizes can be made during the two-day event. Visitors need not make a purchase or be present at the drawing to win a prize. Details of this event can be found elsewhere in an advertisement in today's Algona Upper Des Moines. "B ill" Kirkland purchased Lyle's Shoe Store eariler this summer. He has been in the retail merchandise business for a number of years and is experienced particularly in the shoe trade. The store Is located on the corner of State and Dodge Streets in Aigona. Two 1955 Model Cars On Display Two General Motors cars will' go on display in Algona this week. The 1955 Chevrolet will be shown Thursday, Oct. 28, at Kossuth Motor Co., southwest of the courthouse square and the 1955 Pontiac will be displayed Friday and Saturday, Oct. 29 and 30 at the Algona Implement Co. on Commercial street at the end of Diagonal. Full details of both these all-new cars can be found in advertisements elsewhere in today's Algona Upper Des Moines. Schoby To Give Montana talk C. R. Schoby left Tuesday by train for Helena, Montana, where he will be a featured speaker Thursday noon at the annual convention of the state dairy industry/ of Montana. Mr Schoby had intended to go by plane Wednesday but was notified by long distance phone Hint a blizzard was raging in Montana, and that everything was grounded, so left by train. New Corn Sealer G. M. Will is the new corn sealer fur LuVernc tvvp., replacing Frederick Will, it was announced at county ASC headquarters today. Loose Gravel Is Accident Cause Wesley — Mrs J. P. Hauptma'n escaped serioUs injuries Wednesday • afternoon when her car struck loose gravel in the road just east of the John Lickteig home and left the road landing on its side in a corn field. She crawled out of a window and walked > to the Lickteig home. She received bruises and shock and her eye glasses were -broken. The car was badly damaged. LOCALS Mr and Mrs John Hayes were recently visited by Dr and Mrs J. L. Hesselhuus, of Conrad. Mr and Mrs William Bestenle- hner have returned from a vacation of a week at the Ozarks. Dick Post and Dr. Evans of Clarion, both bird fanciers, took several choice varieties of parakeets to Kansas City, Thursday to enter in the bird show there. ' Mrs Kenneth Medin and Mrs Roy Hutzell are going to Iowa Falls to attend a meeting Thursday and Friday of the Spiritual Life and Executive department heads of the district. Floyd Hutzell and Carol Collins, students at the Iowa State Teachers college. Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with their respective parents Mr and _Mr3 Roy Hutzell and Mr and Mrs P. Collins. Mr and Mrs Albert Granzow had as weekend guests the former's sister Lillian Granzow • and friend Inez' Gofelty, both of whom teach at Dennison. They also spent sometime with Mr and Mrs Frank Cruikshank. Mr and Mrs Gene Heimer were visited last week Tuesday by Mrs James Fletcher, Jon Lee arid Debby who were enroute from Courtland, Minn., to Pocahontas where the family will now reside/ The women are sisters. Mrs G. W. SiiUman entertained the members of her bridge club Friday afternoon. : ' Mrs Bert Cronan wait hostess to the members of the "Laf-a ; Lot" card club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs J. B. Asa and Mn Roy Hutzell attended a silver, tea given at the Doan church one afternoon last week. The Kossulh County Fair association gave a banquet Thursday evening at the Johnson House for department heads, arid plans for the 1955 fair were discussed. Mr and Mrs Harry Godded spent a few days last week and over the weekend at Ottumwa with their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Tom Raebun and family. Mr and Mrs Oswald Lallier, Mr and Mrs Leo Lallier of Ventura and Mr and Mrs Julius Matz of Wesley were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Curtis Anderson at Clarion. Members of the I.Y.F. group of the Methodist enjoyed a Halloween party Thursday evening at the church. • Thirty -seven members were- present and are sixth, seventh and eighth grade young folk. Mrs Minnie Hinken who makes her home here with her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Charles Hinken scent; the weekend at Carroll with relatives. She was visited a few days last week by her sister Mrs Chet Haxton of Waterloo. ' Mr and Mr? C. N. Robinson: were recently visited by the lat-' ter*s sister Mrs Pearl DeMouth and son-in-law and daughter Mr and >Irs Harold DeMouth of Milford, the Cnristensens coming to take Mrs DeMouth home at the conclusion of her visit herel Mr and Mrs Wendell Feaster bad Mr and Mrs Darrell Feaster )f Spencer as guests a week ago Sunday. The men are cousins. Mr and Mrs Feaster took their children Katherine and Richard to -Bradgate Friday to spent the weekend with their grandparents. These expressions have been deeply appreciated. Mrs Nick Mergen .and family. 43* CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone for the many beautiful cards and other gifts I received, also for other acts of kindness shown me during my illness at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge and University hospital in Iowa City. Mrs Adrian Harig, LuVerne. 43 CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our deepest thanks and sincere gratitude to our many relatives, neighbors, and friends for their food contributions, flowers, memorial offerings, and expressions of sympathy during the loss of our beloved husband and father. Mrs George Banwart and family. 43* Notice Livestock FOR SALE — REGISTERED Chester White boars, top blood lines. C. F. Whalen, Titonka. 42-45* FOR SALE — REG. HEREFORD bull. Domino and Knight breeding. 2 Holstein heifers to freshen in spring. Win. Jf. Hrubes, Wesley, la. 42*43 Henry: • '• Tell Myrtle .Bess says the girdle fits just fine. It stretches a lot farther than the egg money these days. Like us, suppose you folks will be voting Democratic Nov. 2. Bill 43 FOR SALE — 60 BIG RUGGED purebred Spotted Poland China spring boars, with a lot of type and quality! i^iarenc-e Hock, 1 mi, north, *z east of Gilmore City, Iowa. 40-52 Going! Going! Gone- YES — We've cut prices so low, we just don't think these cars will stay on our lot very long. We must clear the lot NOW — Every car Is a good deal — Deal with us andyou'HSAVE! EVERY CAR A DRIVING BARGAIN! Come In and Look Them Over — Drive Them and See For Yourself! 1952 PONTIAC 1952 PONTIAC 1952 CADILLAC 1950 PONTIAC 1949 PONTIAC 1951 PACKARD 1949 FORD tw , d .. r 1949 PLYMOUTH 1947 PONTIAC 1947 DE SOTO "8" 4-Dr., Deluxe, Very clean 8" 2-Dr., Deluxe $1295 $1250 Sedan 4-Dr., Low Mileage, Like New. "8", 4-Dr., Deluxe "6", 2-Dr., Deluxe 4-Dr., very clean with new tires Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS May we take this method of thanking our neighbors and friends for their kind expression of sympathy in our bereavement. CUSTOM CORN DRYING on your farm, ecr or shelled. Call 55-Jl, Algona. David Weisbrod. 43-44 HOTICE Will the member of the Algona Lions Club who exchanged raincoats by mistake with another member at Tuesday's meetm? please contact Ed Gilmore, club president. The raincoat left doesn't fit »rorth a darn' Used Cars CLOSING OUT ANY OF THE FOLLOWING CARS for — 5349.00 1949 Plymouth, radio, beater. 4 door. 1346 Buick, radio, heater, 2 door. 1947 Oldsmobile 8, Hydramatic, radio, heater, 2 door. 1947 Oldsmobile 6, Hydramatic, radio, heater, 2 door. • • • We also have a clean '41 Pon- iiac with new tires, new battery, and in good mechanical condition throughout. Make us an offer. • * • 1952 Oldsmobile 98, Hydramatic, radio, heater, white wall tires, autronic eye. Like new 1951 Oldsmobile 88. Hydramatic, heater, 2 door. Very clean. Come in and see us for uri usually good deal on,, a new '54 Oldsmobile. . " ' DAU'S GARAGE 43 FOR SALE — PUREBRED Hampshires, purebred Durocs, purebred Spotted Poland China boars and gilts. Feb.. Mar., & Apr. wgs. Priced from $70 to $100. Fritz Frevholtz, phone 116, Fenton, la, ,' 38-51* FOR SALE — Purebred Duroc boars. Our show winnings at Algona and Spencer will prove that they are the right tvpe. W. F. Stewart. Burt. 41-44* FOR SALE — HAMPSHIRE Boars. Serviceable age. 180 to 400 ifas. Joseph Skovr, Wesley. 39-44 1898 — "Reraestber the Maine" 1954 — "Rsraember the Maine Vote Democratic JTov. 2 43 FOR SALE — 40 PUREBRED Duroc boars, serviceable age, rugged, good length and depth. Over 30 years Of Durocs, hundreds of pleased customers. John F. Weber, Irvington, . Iowa, 4 miles south of Algona on 169 and 3*fc east on blacktop. 40-45* FOR SALE — HEREFORD bulls, farmers prices. Also two good milk cows. Bradley Bros., Algona 43tfn FOR SALE—A GOOD SELEC- lion «of Poland China spring boars, priced from S95 to $85. These will up-grade your next crop of hogs. Ask to see our yield and grade returns. Iowa accredited brucellosis controlled herd.. Mr and Mrs Louis H. Reilly, 2 miles west. ^ mile north of Jet. 18 & 159, Algona. la. 43tfn WANT A BUY On Used Equipment? CHECK THESE Very Good Used Boy's 26" Bicycle --'-: — Crosley Shelvador - Cflij Refrigerator - *P™» $29 FOR SALE — PUREBRED Hampshire boars. Lester Baas; 2 miles N. and 4 E. of West Bend. 43-44" FOR SALE — 150 BLACKFACE Ewes, sell one or all. £. A~ Sleper, Burt, la. Phone 31. 43» AT HAND'S PARK FAIRMONT, MINN. Every Wednesday SQUARE DANCING Just Like on TV — Couples Only Every Sunday SMORGASBORD With Soft Sweet Music Saturday, Oct. 30 Minnesota Pheasant FOR SALE — HOE3fED> HERE- Hunfers 1 Ball ford Bulls. Serviceable, age. Floor Show—M, C. Impersonator Joseph Sfcow, Wesley. 39-44 f FOR SALE — CHESTERWHrrE f boars, Georsa and Gail WatL [ LuVerne. Phone 3S1F11 Cfitrwitrt. \ FOR SALE—PUSEBSED- HAMP- shire meat type hoars. Lawrence Hansett, l£» W. and IVr N_ Wesley. 41-44* FOrt SALE— HAMPSHIRE FALL cine! spniig u^o^Ta, EI^-"*^ wi*>j»i lines for old customers. Mrs ELiis Johnson & Sons. 1 mi. So. and J mi. West of Elmore. 40-48 Exotic and Acrobatic Ifs Fun Time Relax and Dine At The GAY PAREE Good Used , Gas Stove $25 1 Yr. old Twin 9 Super Flame Oil Burner — ~" like new Used Electric Stoves I Verv Good Estate Heatrola Coal and Wood Room Heater Extra Soecial 1 New Hot Point lO'i cu. ft. Upright €970 Freezer, Reg. $429 — . V*" SWARTZ HDWE. USED OIL HEATERS $15 up For Sale At Coast-To-Goast Algona Benefit Halloween ond | Masquerade Dance SAT., OCTOBER 30 at the Moose Hall $1.00 per couple Free Lunch RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, Oct. 30 From 8:30 to 3:00 KENT'S GARAGE SPONSORED BY 75 CLUB OF FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH "6", 2-Dr., Deluxe 4-Dr. .—$750 ....$575 ....$995 ....$375 ....$325 ....$295 ....$345 1946 PLYMOUTH $245 1946 CHEVROLET ,.„, $245 1946 HUDSON Club Coupe $49 1941 PLYMOUTH $99 1939 BUICK $49 Make Us An Offer On NEW 1954 PONTIAC MODELS — Now Going At Low, LOW PRICES! ALGONA IMPLEMENT YOUR PONTIAC - CADILLAC DEALER Phone 52 Algona Get your costume ready now . . . there will be hundreds and hundreds of prizes for best costumes! Free popcorn, candy bars and apples for every kid! Contests and games for every aget -' YOU'RE INVITED-KIDS SATURDAY NIGHT! The Big Annual ALGONA LIONS CLUB HALLOWE'EN Kids Party SATURDAY NIGHT, OCT. 30 Beginning At 7:00 P. M. Sharp with the big parade down State St. Here it is! . . • one big evening of fun and frolic for all the kids of the community . , . and bigger and better this Halloween than ever before! Prizes for the best costumes worn by boys and girls of all ages. Free popcorn, candy bars and apples! So get into your Halloween costume and be at the courthouse square in Algona promptly at -7:00 P.' M. Saturday for the big parade down to the Athletic Field, where all the fun will be held I After the costume judging there .will be a full program of contests and games for all ages— with prizes, tool —And after the Fun at the Athletic Field . . . Halloween TEEN - AGERS DANCE at High School Gym Beginning 9:00 P. M. • All teen-agers are invited to this free Halloween Dance at tho high school gym. . . . sponsored by the Lions Club. You'll have fun and all your friends will be there! Sponsored By ALGONA LIONS CLUB enjoy the thrill of newness! WITH EVERY DRYCLEANED GARMENT WHEN FINISHED WITH THE MIRACLE..* • You Can See the Difference. Sta Nu • You Can Feel the Difference. Try wonder-working sta-KNu, the drycleaning discovery that replaces natural textile oils in fabrics. These Vital Textile Oils are Homogenized back into the fabric, in the ex elusive Sta-KNu Process. Makes your clothes look newer than new! And new clothes keep new looking ... gives garment greater resistance to wrinkling and soiling, You can SEE and FEEL the difference at once! Try Sta-KNu TODAY! "Lux" Laundry Service Special • SPECIAL NO. 1 ECONOMY BASKET V ••• for $1.69 Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners washes in gentle "LUX" flakes and steam tumble dries a bushel basket full of laundry. The load can be any weight, but it cannot be higher than the top of the bushel basket. A stick must be able to lay flat from top of one handle to top of the other. • SPECIAL NO. 2 A service for those who have facilities for doing their laundry but not for drying it. for 85c The Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners will extract and steam tumble dry a bushel basket of wash. Shirts finished at additional costs. PHONE 267 FOR THIS SERVICE! NOWI We can give you revolutionary SWEATER FINISHING by the Blok-Rite Sweater Process This process restores the original shape and elasticity to knit ribbing. • ATHLETIC lar^erc' * CARDIGANS • CASHMERES * JERSEYS • ANGORAS • KNITvSS. ACKETS Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Across Street East of Courthouse Phone 267

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