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December 28, 1954

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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>s Market TREATS FOR YOUR NEW YEAR'S EVE! ' ' ' SMOKED PICNICS FRESH SOLID PACK OYSTERS, full pint ...J9c Also Select Frying Oysters FRESH PORK LIVER, lb...JOc ; ""' • '* "''',' LUDEFISK - PLENTY FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE Capons - Ducks - Geese- turkeys •.'".„., • ' * Frying & Roasting Chickens TEXAS SEEDLESS 96 SIZE HIT, Iflfor J9c LARGE SOLID HEAD LETTUCE, Zforlk FRESH EMPORER CHOICE GRAPES,libs. J9c U. S. NO. 1 RED POTATOES, 25 Ib. bag.. J9c MAYFLOWER RED PITTED NO. 2 CANS PIE CHERRIES, 2 for L_ J9c JACK SPRAT NO. 303 CANS FRUIT COCKTAIL, 2 for J9c JACK SPRAT 46-OZ. CANS TOMATO JUICU for ...J9c JACK SPRAT SWEET PICKLES, pint jar 39c ALL KINDS OF GOOD THINGS FOR YOUR DELICIOUS ASSORTED CHEESES SNACK MAKIN'S - CHEESE CAKES FROZEN FOODS Shrimp - Scallops — Fish Sticks Lobster Tails - Chicken Pies — Etc., Etc. DELICIOUS CANNED HAMS Happy New Year T9 All Frpnj 4-Algena (Id.) Ugp&r Dec Molnet Tueiday, Decemtaf 28, CHHIS HEESB A Uiii* 01 Thli, * tl«U ot That* Hoi Much ei Winter la with us because on account of it .was at 2:30 in the morning on Tuesday, December 21 that the federal bureau officials so declared. No, it didn't seem too much like winter arrival because on account of there was no freezing arid the thaw weather and sunshine: held, put all day, |h,ore like' ari October; day;,>so, to speak. And' according" to official federal weather reports the first day of winter here proved a thaw and on the same day in Florida they had'frost, so it may be that winter is moving southward and our summers will be longer. At any rate it must be admitted that the November and December season so far has been nfore like Stepember and Octobei and I'm sure i| is more appreciated than a foot 'of snow and a couple, of points near zero, such as we've had in the past years. But winter is missed, more or less, because as one lad put It "1 sure can^t say I like this weather too; good because this year we haven't had a beginning of a snowball fight." And' he's got something there. And' skating hasn't been too good because as one boy put it "Yes, we have had a bit oj skating this winter but we have to carry life belt with us to play safe—ice so darn thin." And he's got something there. Just goes to'show* that while it's winter now,, we ddn't have any- winter any way-so far. You may have noticed that the days are getting longer now because on account of December 21 is the shortest day in the year and the sun begins its southward movement again and each day increases in length several minutes. And I don't mind admitting.jthat I like the longer days the better because on account of it saves on the light bill, so to speak. And here's a good one. I heard over the T-V.one night last week ^hat alcohol is the base of all per- 5 umes. But the doctor who made :he statement admitted that it wouldn't be smart to drink the perfumes. ^ ' According to a recent report lythe state safety council it be- gins to look like., the teen-ager isn't always the dH*er Who is responsible • for speeding, careless driving or accidents on. the high-' ways. There Were 57 cases mentioned in the report and the age of drivers varied,, from 18 to BO years. Four licenses were revoked for four habitual violators ana their ages Were'20, 26, 18 and 2b. There Were eight licenses revoked for reckless driyihg and speeding and the ages Were twb 17, two 32, and 10; 33, 65 and 77. Revocations Made for driving while intoxicated reached 14 with the ages ranging' 19, 3 of them 25, and 22, 28, 39, 41, 43, 47, 56 and 67. Accordingly the teen-ager and the four-score drivers don't take on the -drinks. - .There were 31 licenses revoked for. careless driving, not giving the right ot way in passing,,etc., .arid the ages in this group ran from 21 to 80. Eleven .of therft;were; between :50 and 80, and there ,#ere 6 in tht twenties arid 8 in the thirties. At any rate theVMport showed Jhsti the teen-ager, after all, is not tht most careless driver on our high-ways, so to speak. •; •£ Yep, I approve of the 5 minute parking posts in front of the pps't office. And following the busy- mailing during the holidays they will prove a good stunt. You can hardly expect a driver' to maki his postage Visit .in five minute when he stands in a long line awaiting his turn to do postage business. But of 'course that is only during holiday sessions, so to>peak. However, I have known of several, instances in the pas where a-gent would park arid get his mail and then wander up the street and his car remained parked for sometimes a half hour or more. So I believe the 5-minute parking limit will- prove a good move on the part of the'depart- ment. I am reminded that one time last, week,I parked in : a no parking zone and .was only in the post office a minute (no duns it so happened) and whe,h I came out there was a city cop placing a card on my windshield demanding two bits because of my, parking in the zone. And I had the two bits in pennies in the car; and I paid the fine. It so happens that I now slip {every penny into the car ash tray so I am financially in shape to take care of the meter problem when I park on the main drag, so to speak. Raphael Fabers Card Club Hosts ^ -''"LEG *Nobody was hurt when a car driven by Lee'Smith of Hamburg, spun around on the snow-cpvered highway.' But when Mr Smith stepped out of' the car, he Slipped and fell on the icy paving, break- 'hg his leg. -He's 70. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS St. Jeiew-Mr fiftid kfs Faber efttei'tained the 600 Cltib members aM their Husbands and Mr and Mrs Reinald Salz as guests at their annual Christmas party, Dec. 21. Mrs Marvin Reding and Harold Fridfirs received high prize,' Mrs Ray. Thilges and Reinald Salz, low 'f>rize' and Mrs Art Kohlhaas travel. A delicious lunch brought by the club members was served.- A Christmas gift exchange followed lunch. Mrs Art Kohlhaas entertains the Farmerettes in January, ' Jimmie Thilges -was taken to St. Ann hospital ,in Algona on Wednesday for medical aid. Math Kirsch. . returned home Monday from St. Joseph's hospital in Fort Dodge where' he 'had been, a : i patient »f or a jtfeek<afteY being injured in a car aucident north ,of Humboldt. Mrs- Kirsch and Mr and Mrs Ray Thilges all injured in the accident are convalescing in their, homes. Marilyn Schtiltes Bride Dec 28 Bancroft— -A shower honoring Miss Marilyn Scholtes was held Monday evening iniSt, John's hall-! Miss Scholtes, daughter ' of ' Mr and Mrs Chuck Scholtes, became the bride, Dec. 28 of Robert Rahe, son of Mr and Mrs Randolph Rahe. 'The wedding took "place in St. Johri's Catholic church. ' 20 Entries For Lighting Contest .'decisions! in' the annual Christmas lighting contest' a't Whittemore Were an* hqunced last .week. Thft event' is sponsored by the Whittemore Woman's Club, and the judges were all from out of town. ' The home of Mr and Mrs Vic Perkins was given first place. Second went to Mr and Mrs Francis Slagle, and the Richard Potratz home was third. The home of Mr and Mrs James -Mueller took fourth. . . • There were some 20 homes judged, and special mention went to the Harold Zimmerman home; and at the farm of Mike Baumann on highway 44 where 'lifelike figures of the Nativity scene were with big ( . floodlights. three TW Sets To Schools Whlltemore— The gift may be a week or twb^late at the three local schools in Whittemore, but Santa Glaus is due to pay a return visit in the near future. Each of the schools in Whitte^ more is to receive, a 1955 tele*. vision set sometime after Jan. 1, thro'ugh the courtesy and donation of the Farmers. State -Bank-, of Whittemore, 1 which is Observing its 60th year of business ' in the Whittemore community. : Beware of a »half. trjuth—it may he the. wrong' half/ ; f -? Sr" f j -• ! '_ f '• ' • • n • ' ' -..1- '. -V. !_.._!_ J ^1 - i ' . ^ • . MOTICE ••••••••••••••^^•i • -1 * * The Grand Prize Drawing for the New Skeigas Range necessarily must be postponed until Friday/ Dec. 31, at 3 p. m. Be sure to, bring your key in before that,, time for your chance to win trjis beautiful • Skeigas range. : ; ? ; .. •' f 'if, ;. ... - "H? THOMAS SKELGAS Algona •-il A/ ew 'ECONOMY DEPT: In FOSTER'S Downstairs Store The latest feature added to our new store policies is our "Economy" department, which will prove to be tremendously popular with everyone looking for QUALITY FURNISHINGS at greatly reduced prices. All merchandise will be from our regular stock and is of the finest quality by naticnally- famous manufacturers. Visit the department often, as new furnishing* will be added weekly. Remember, there will be no "special purchase" merchandise, but stock taken from our main show rooms! "•* •'•••••••••c««»»»t»»««««,,,,,,,•••••••• QUALITY FLOOR SAMPLES At STE (tUALlTV HOME FURNISHINGS SINCE S HOE BIG PRICE SLASHES ALL THIS WEEK Air-Steps I Black or brown in suede or calf. Low, flat, medium or high h6els, FORMERLY 11.95 & 10.95 AH Widths, AAAA to E—All Lengths, 4 to-11 [fL lllgll JtlWJEU 6.95 - 5.95 Glamour Debs and Robin Hoods WEDGIES — FLATS — LOAFERS — STRAPS All Widths AAAA's to E's. All Sizes. Formerly 5.95 — 6.95 — 7.95, /! Now 2.98-3.98 - 4.95 5 Robin HoodWedgles and Flats for dress, school or sports wear! FORMERLY 5.95 & 6.95 198 - 3.98 - 4.95 ^ *"« i~?.,c ,1 All Widths — All Lengths for dress, school, work or sports wear! FORMERLY 9.95—10.95—11.95 4.95 - 5.95 - 6.95 A!! ;WMtM i* A A A—AJU Lsufiijis, 1 to 40 _ vi :; _ Men's Roblees FORMERLY 10.95 ... . NOW 635 FORMERLY 12.95 .... NOW 7 P S5 FORMERLY 14,95 . . . . NOW 10,95 ? AH Widths— All Lengths Men's - Boys! Pedwins for dress, school, work or sports wear! FORMERLY 11.95 . . . . NOW 9,95 FORMERLY 10.95 . ... NOW 7£5 FORMERLY 9.95 . . . . NOW 6 P 95 All Widths— AH Lengths CHILDREN'S & MISSES' ster Brov VALUES UP TO 6.95 v,n**j.Minii.! o <x iuiooriO Buster Browns Now 3.98 - 4.95 _ All Widths, A to E— All Sizes , CHILDREN'S & MISSES' Robin Hoods VALUES UP TO 6.45 Now 2.98 -3.98 . All Widths, A to E— All Sizes Overs/iocs FORMERLY- 9.95 - 8.95 — 6.65 _ 5.»5, Now 5,95*4.95»3,98*I98 RUBBERS

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