The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1954 · Page 5
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Wedding Licenses To 3 Couples three licenses to wed were is-. ?« e ' dJ >y- ,4 lma Pearson, clerk of the distrust court, during the past we'ek, They • went to the- following eouples: , Dee, ^Leonard H. Madetzke, Elmore, Minn, and Ertna Jewel Lloyd, Ledyard. *><*• l* i *Vihc'ent. fliomas fticli aM Arliss Maye Adams, both'ot Algona, *?¥' i 1 "^% k , Ci Kauffman and fchoda J. Gflle, botH of Fairmont,. Minn". Cars Lock Horns CpOn Road damage of an estimated- $400' total resulted Sunday e.Vemng-, when cars driven by Jim' PertP ?and Leonard : Woodwick, both of Fenton. locked horns on a county road six miles north and prie east of Whittemore, Pertl was driving behind Woyl- wiek, When the latter was unable to turn a corner due to the ice, went across the intersection! and stopped. The Pertl car hit the rear of the Woodwick machine. Neither man was injured.' Dance Hall Sold Lti Verne','— , Mr arid Mrs Fred Busks' "and children moved -to the apartment: 5 over the. Tavern and dance hall they, recently purchased from Ace Bordwell in Livermore Friday. , Everett Bowman Dies, Spirit Lake Funeral services for Everett E. Bowman, 89, former Algonan, were held at 2 : p.rri. this fift&> noon (Tuesday) in the First Baptist Church at Spirit Lake. Rev. Roland Andrews, Algona, officiated, and burial was in tht CleaK Lake cemetery. There were miltary honors -at the grave. Mr Bowman ' died Saturday, noon of cancer, following an ilU ness that Had kepi' him bedfast since March. He was born here, attenddcf school here, and graduated from' Algona High Schbol. Everett was, a radioman in the 90th division during World War 11, 'and had lived at .Spirit Lake since his dis^ charge from service in 1946. Hie was' employed as a finisher fo'f the Fagre Construction Co. Survivors include his wife, Helen, mother, Mrs Alvis -Hill, Algona, and two • sisters*Eunice (Mrs Frank Lbbniis), Humb'bldtt and Mabel (Mrs Lloyd Dowd), Spirit Lake. Pallbearers were Roy Smith, Irving .Urch and Clyde Priebej all of Algona, Rev. Chet Simpson, Rev. Johnson and Rev. Pfterson, all of Spirit Lake. ' West Bend Loses Graettinger slipped past West Bend, 54-53, at West Bend Friday night' in a see-saw eagt bat-, tie. Jack Blake tossed in 27 points for West Bend, Here's a Top Gift I BLACK SUEDE JACKETS With Pink Knit' Collar, Waist 1C An and Cuffs . IpiHO. -.^i Ve just unpacked these '.well-elegani coal black : irsl quality SUEDE ackets, with their smart contrast of pink collar, waistbank and, cuffs in elastic knit! It's a "lop o' the tree" gift for a man— nothing finer and yet priced within your reach for that ONE BIG GIFT! LEATHER GLOVES These are rich brown imported leather with a soft fleece lining. Nice and dressy, and n MQ full of warmth — &!*•« Tuesday, December T4/ 1954 Algona (fa.) Upper Oe* Mdlnei-S At Moose Party About 200 Moots Lodge ftiemiters, and "their families* enjoyed ifie annual Christmas party 6f the 1 organisation at' ike ciub'rooms here, Sunday aft*fn6ort. v : Santa , Glaus made an appearance, and unloaded a variety of presents lor everyone, 16 the delight of a big ! crowd of youhgli&S) Santa 1 bore a sit iking resemblance to ' V Sartotft ., „ Claude whitehlll, clubrOom manager, Was especially: H0«<jfetl When he waft presented with 4 wrist watch and a Mdble intblem rlngjbf AlVih E. Brlggs, on behalf of ,the lod'g'S rhertBeVshiti. Mr and Mrs Brings headed the' committees Which 1 Handled aryangemeAts', and 'a host of volunteer workers kept helping platter's of roast .turkey, mashed po- iaioeTi and all' the MmmingB rolling for over an hour', Dick' PhilKpsv Algona theatre manager, lopped off the sfteVrtotin by providing the ybungslers with complimentary^ adniissidnft id the riioVifes following dinner and Santa's visit. RefOrns To Duty „ Wayrtd H. Jergensoh, who has' bBen hbirie for 12 days on f irf- lough visiting his mother, Mrs Esther J. Hayes of Algona, left Saturday eveflirlg to report back fb Fort Br'agg, tfbrth Carolina. He has about six months more in the service^ before his discharge. War Memorial Is Now In Place .Kossuth county's new court-; hbltsc now has installed the marble memorial t6 rheri and women of the eoUnty who hate - serVed in the .. armed , forces. Reeerr, donations of $5 eath Were .received' frbrrt JoHri Duriri arid mn Edna Smith', but the fund is Stil! shbft $l'4i)'tb make' the final p'Sy- ment oil the marble memorial. Jim Kelly, co-chairman of !the general committee, said Monday. The new courthbUse wlllfbe ready for occupancy by sbrrie'Joi the county offices sometime; ;b'e, twefen Jan. IS and Feb. 16, it'%a£ also stated. Finishing Worlc-t'e- mains to" be completed, but pl$n$ are now underway for moving the offices from the location across from the rJbstoffice i , . S-T-R-E-T-C-H SOX Men want 'em! . . , 'cause there's nothing else like 'em! They stretch in all directions, always fit snug as a glove. DO* New colors Pr. OSPC 17-JEWEL Gents — Ladies WATCHES Genuine "Swiss-made movement that is GUARANTEED against oiling or cleaning for 3 whole years. Modern faces, for men or women. Compare with other watches costing up to 1C AR twice as much . to 32,95 SPORT . SHIRTS $2.95^ $3.95 What a selection at Diamonds Surplus 1 Flannels, corduroys, cottons, rayons, gabardiflesl A whole arrny of patterns and colors — lots^ deeptones, too! For men and boys. Buy quality sport shirts for less at Diamonds! Boys' — Girls' SUEDE JACKETS Sizes 10 to 20 *12.95 TV TONE TURTLE NECK I Ai SWEATERS- — »«*' SURPLUS we can lend you » . ' ' a helping Perry Gas Experts Can Now Run Gas Piping Inside : ...,;.[•( '. . ;» ' g* •"« ' • > • •'• '.'• 'l Your Home' ana Can Convert Your Appliances To Natural Gas If you are desirous of having certain of your household appliances changed over to Natural Gas, we' are pleased to inform you that Perry Gas experts are on hand to do. this work for you. This' pertains to any type of equipment you 'Want converted to Natural Gas, and also,takes in all piping Accessary within the house to furnish appliances with Gas. We suggest you call us for details, which we will gladly furnish you without obligation. A FRIENDLY reminder To Those Residents For Whom We Installed the Free Gas Service Line, But Who Have Not Yet ^Become Users of Natural Gas * A large number of gas service lines running from the street main to the meter location were installed by. Perry Gas. This service was supplied free of charge, under .arrangement whereby Natural Gas would be used before January 1, 1955. In case gas is not used by then, it will be necessary IQ make a nominal charge for the gas service line. We shall be glad to make your hook-up for any appliance, for furnace, or whatever you specify. If you are one of these residents, we 8ugge~sf you" gei'ln touch with us so that such arrangements may ba completed* Th§nk you. Perry Gas Co. 109 So. Harlan Phone 1412 ^ Santa's Gilt Suggestions From The Des Moines 1955 DESK CALENDAR VICTOR TREASURE CHEST VALUABLE PAPERS ARE ALWAYS IM11 . ALWAYS PROTECTED ... There's a desk calendar in every size and stylo to suit everyone. Big, easily read numerals, high quality bond paper. Colorful bases Jo fit any decorator scheme. $1.65 up How often have you contemplated putting your valuabU papto in a safe deposit box ... yet hesitated because you pfobabfy .could not have immediate access to them when you needed them* Here's your answer! The VICTOR TREASURE CHEST U certified to protect its contents for at least one hour from flame* and heal reaching 1700°F. Handy for home or office, It It instantly accessible yet provides 24-hour a day protection from fir* far your letters, papers/ jewelry or other prized possessions. INVESTIGATE THIS ECONOMY IN RECORD INSURANCE TODAYI SEE IT ON DISPLAY ATi ADDING MACHINES With income tax time just around the corner, every home business could easily use an adding, machine. You'll save many hours of figuring in your head and be more accurate, too. You'll save money with an adding machine. H. C. Allen, Victor, Burroughs and Remington available. ^^^^ ,^^1^ .^^1^. ^^H neJiiiiiyiwn o»a*iaw*w. y ; *29.95.. AS Low As PERSONAL FILE CASES Every home needs something for filing those monthly statements and keeping in one place all the valuable papers. In top quality steel with gray finish. With lock. $6.50 $8.50 Now You Can Have A File With A Concealed Safe ALL IN ONE UNIT by ... SECURITY BOXES For storing all the valuable papers every household has. Under lock and key they're safe from the children and intruders. In gray or green finish. Made of steel RUNG CABINETS Make your home more efficient, more safe with one of these Cole filing cabinets with the secret vault; A triple usuage cabinet, all-in- $1 one , S 53,95 *MODERNAIRE* STEEL DESKS NOW — You Can Still Buy A Top Quality Steel Desk For Home or Office At A BIG DISCOUNT ORDER NOW - PAY LATER COME IN TODAY! Corona World's first and fastest Portable Typewriter Keyset Tabulator, Page Cage and many other features for big machine performance! Here is the most appreciated and useful gift you can give —or get! Pick yours out now. r Des Moines §UPP| f Y PJPT. Algona i A 'i ii i! * I I I 8 3 I I I S a- .11 H & •3 a M 3 3

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