The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1955 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1955
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WROUGHT lN - By SUCH QUALITY FdR Sd LITTTLE 7 Piece Dinette ih . ^padded Chairs., OUR Regular Price, $119.95 Irt YOU PAY ..• ONLY 1^4.95 8&95 7 Piece Dinette in CHROME 94.9V Regular Price S109.95. , Sale Pried Trade in Your ' *" *» Alloys 05-PP YOU PAY ONLY Here Is a Modern in Brass & Black That For Sheer Style • •'.' •'. , •',' '• '• • •••• and Beauty of Design and Color, is a Stand-Out 1 J Table, of Gracious tines, wiih Lido Top of Turquoise Inlay, has banded Apron of Brass with Self-adjusting Glides. '•*• FOUR (4) Modern Styled Chairs of Brass Si Black: Foam Rubber Cushions; Self-adjusting Glides in Matching Tweed Plastic. YOU PAY Our Regular Price $139.95 6NLY Xi!,,, ,« nn Allowance 15.00 5 PC; Dihette- CHROME and WROUGHT Table is 30x40x48 (1 Leaf) toth Four (4) Matching Chairs. Color Selections in Grey Panama — Oaktone — Frosted Walnut and SALE Silver Fox. Just the Thing for Small Dining Nook." . PRICE OUR Regular Price $64.955. , ";'•'• 42.50 MANY OTHER FINEQullTY SETSK ON SALE ' ' STURDY TOP QUALITY In Maple And Limed Oak, Wrought Iron and Natural Wood. Complete with Springs and Innerspring Mattresses. & (Regular $122.50) ; SALE NOW! A Few Discontinued Models AT SACRIFICE PRICES! i ^ LANE - • \ . Cedar Chests Lane Is The World's Only Pressure-Tested, Aroma-Tight Cedar Chest, with Full Moth Protection Guarantee. Issued Upon Proper Application. ACT NOW! THESE BARGAINS WONT LAST LONG From the Store Bat Sells Sleep! Special Christmas Bonanza In Bedding v Sale Price . 49.50 Reti|e that Sagging Mattress and Spring — For REAL MONEY Trade Allowance (For *— and Enjoy Restful, Holiday Slumbers, on Famous Bedding. voor o |cj Spring or $59.5Q NATJQNAU.Y ADVERTISED ^10 YEAR REGISTERED mattress) 10.00 QUAHANTEE — 252 Coil Innerspring Mattress In Fine Ticking % —Prebuill Borders — Rayon Rope Handles. . . yQU PAY Ofl CA M9.DU (Same Deal on Matching Box Spring) YQU PAY ONLY $149.5Q NATlONAUY APVlRflSIO FOAM RUBBER SET (A/V(jttrf»f & Compejnipn Pox Spring) This Carries A Registered 39 YfAR QUARANTfi Sale Price 129.50 Trade Allowance Your Old Spring 8> Mattress) 2Q.OO YOU PAY ONLY $109,50 $119.50 NATlONAUY APViRTISfO - FQAM RUBBiR SET (Mattress & Companion Box Spring) Sale Price 99.50 Trade Allowance (Ypur Old Spring & Mattress) 20.00 YOU PAY ONLY $79.50 m Suite .Ott Ou?'Pteli?* — And In Wateh buses — Spe-eificilly Enumerated Below or Hpi Herein AdVeHlsed ^ is Warranted To Carfy These Fine Features, Always Identical 16 The Better Type, 6f;: PuMWrei, 1-iGhesfs & Dressers Msi«3Prod£ed and Center -guided Drawers -i- Top to Bottom. In (Jb*StM6Hbn, Drawers — Hardwood & Oak Interiors. * fc? f>iffSiURfcH PLAte with Beteled Edges. „ FiMihed feu^bttf LAddTJEfc or Hand Rubbed Finishes — some cases BOTH As .$e Advertise them — 5 fe 7 Ply Veneers—or-Solids, As c'ece may be. |1 1955,MERCHANDISE tilo ciHRistMAS fcUDoir PRICES 1 GROUP - 2 SUITED 6NLY Ideal For A Girl's Rbdffl - 3 PC. Suite Consisting of bbl. Dresser Nite Stand and Panel Bed in Beautiful Blonde Mahogany - Was $189.50 SALE 2 PC. SOite iri bbl. bresser & Panel Bed in Shaded Pink Mahogany. As Mtfderrt as Tomorrow. Was $169.50 SALE WO. 2 GROUP - 1 SUITES ONLY Ideal For A Boy's Room 'f- 2 PC. Suite iri Sgl Dresser and Bookcase 'V&edjlrt |ihe|Grair)e^|A^ericah ^Wahyt., ^y| . ; Was $134,50 ! .. i2 iPfc. Suite' irt Lirrie'd O'o'lk. i consisting of 5e»r bfieSseV (these have , i consisting of 5 g r large beveled mirrors) and Panel Bed (these have 'Was $129.95 SALE • SALE FOR MOM OR ' * -. * f . • t 3 PC. Suite Consisting of Large Double Dresser With Big Beveled Mirror Panel Bed and Large Nlte table. Very Slight Shipping Damage when Uncrated. Finish in CAA AC Beautiful Shaded Pdlomino Mahogany. ' Was $229.50 SALE Vvvivv Here is a Suite-CONSISTENTLY ADVERTISED BY LEADING IQWA STORES - AND STILL IS AT - $199.50 ., y'C^'jI-i'- ; '. •-^.•.•-•? 1 :.. - ':, . ' -Consisting ! of Double Dresser, Chest and Pan?l Bed in Lovely Walnut '•• C10Q AC (Limited Warehouse Supply) Our reg. $169.95 B/C Bed 10 add'n) SALE ylO«Ji9v 3 PC. Suite' CHOICE-OF-WALNUT. OR LIMED OAK --Large 52" Dresser with ZS Sc_42 Beveled Plate Mirror^..Big^Chest — Panel Bed with High ft-.Board ^ " ((Also Bookcase Bed) . feegular $184.95 SALE' 3 PC* Suite in Gorgeous BERMUDA SAND - Bow-front Styling with •• Shaded Hardware., Double Dresser is 54" witll 30x44 Beveled "Tilt" Plate Mirror, Large Chest 19Vi x 38; High-Footboard Panel Bed (Available also in Bookcase Bed) Thjs suite Q1QQ AC >as to' be seen to b? appFScTSTScT: Also NiteTiaBler'TJeg."'$234:50 "SALE " V I09>99^> 3 PC. Suite In Walnut. Large Dresser, Chest and Pcnel Bed. This has tilt mirror and com bines ail of the fine features found* in suites of twice the money. (Bookcase bed also). ' Regular $169.95 SALE 3 PC. Suite in Walnut, bbl. Dresser, Chest and Panel Bed. Bookcase Bed available. Has all the trimmings including Tilt Mirror. Reg. $229.50 SALE BEDROOM SUITES CARRIED AT ALL TIMES ' ' -'-:;^ . •• ' - "i Mahogany — Solid Maple — Cherry Fruit Wood — Suites by Kling, Drexe), Huritley Bassell, Xhomasvllle — All Quality, Craftsmanship and Finish. " ' ' ' .Retire Your Old Hoover (or other) Cleaner AND SURPRISE YOUR RUGS & CARPETING WITH A NEW HOOVER 1 . CHRISTMAS SPECIALS! % Reg. Price 97.50 The New HOOVEH CONSTELLATION Cannister with Double Trade-in Allowance 22.50 Strength Hose — You Can Go From Room to Room— or-Siair- bottom to Top — And Reach Every Corner. YOU PAY ONLY "JIJ AA The Hoover Deluxe Upright - America's Finest Upright Carpet cleaner. 124.95 Trade-in Allowance 24.95 YOU PAY ONLY' $100.00 The HOOVER "Lark" - Junior Upright Model. 99.95 Trade-In Allowance 22.95 YOU PAY ONLY $67.00 We are pleased to onpounce that we are now showing a fine selection of Chairs by This FAMOUS Furniture Line. The chair as illustrated comes in an assortment of Gorgeous, Top Quality MOHAIR Fabrics, and may be bought singly, or in matching pairs. Christmas Special « Wft haVe b big selection of all types of Occasional Chairs, Platform Rockers, and. Lounge Chairs, at SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PRICES. Thursday, December 8, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper 5es Molnes-5 Auxiliary Met Monday Night AtLivermore Livefrmore —The Legion Auxiliary met in the Legion Hall Monday evening with Mrs Dolortis Christensen, Mrs Stanley Seger, Mrs Donald Armstrong, and Mrs Myrtle Bac'hmann hostesses. The buisness meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Fred Pooch. Card bingb was the evening's entertainment. Prizes went to Mrs George Foth, Mrs Link Hughes, Mrs Henry Striinc and Mrs Lawrence Ruhnke. Those in charge of entertainment were Mrs Clifford finker, Mrs Virgil Seger, Mrs John Seger, Mrs Jack Ferguson and Mrs Bill Davis. ——— & There \vaS a family reunion at the Louis Behounck home Thanksgiving Day when alt of their children and grandchildren were home. Mrs Francis Murphy entertained the Just For Fun' Club 'members Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Jessamine Miller an invited guest. Following a dessert lunch auction* bridge - was the afternoon's entertainment. High prize went to Mrs Herman Gronbach, second high to Anna Altman and traveling prize 16 Mrs Jessamine Miller. Mrs Lena Fuhrmann was hostess to the Equality club members at her home Thursday afternoon. The president, Anna Altman, conducted the business We Are Open Both Friday & Saturday Nights reminder . fL6ll-.UEfl.ICAI COMPACTS MAKE SUPERB | CHRISTMAS GIFTS She'll love the /lowing rhythm' of these three stylized steeds beautifully engraved in gold tone. Just one of our wide ^election of Elgin American compacts. Now at' WILTGEN JEWELERS meeting. Roll call was answered by ttte club mfembfcts. -tKa lesson on Ethel Berrymore was given by A/Its Loltfs ^chounfek. Letters to Santa Glaus were read by Mrs Carl.Underberg and Mrs Louise Gronbach. Kate McKenna and Lena Altnian were invited guests. Esich member brought a gift to be sent to an orphanage for Christmas. Refreshments were served. The November committee of the,Sacred Heart Guild entertained at a card, party in the parish hall Wednesday evening. Bridge and 500 and other games were ployed. High prize in bridge went to Mrs Richard McKenna and high in 500 to Mrs Lawrence Cumin. Mrs Raymond Berte won the door prize. Refreshments wei'6 ' served by the committee with Mrs' Clifford Baker, chairman, She was assisted by Mrs Louis Carman, Mrs Frank Cox, Mrs Lawrence Currah, Mrs Wayne Gardiner, Mrs Earl Stalzor. Mrs Robert McCoy, Florence Swe6ney, Mrs Cecil Williams, Mrs Alvin Berte, Mrs Ed Hansen, Mrs Bert Putzstuck, Mrs Joe Lentsch, Mrs Tom McKenna, Mrs Elmer Schrlebfcr and Mrs Anna Berte. Mr and Mrs George Tidebcck and sons, Mike and Billy spent Wednesday and Thursday ' with Mrs Tidebeck's sister, Mrs Jerry Heiet at Reding. Mr and Mrs L. E. Kay and two sons returned home Saturday from Wayne, Neb., where they visited ovev Thanksgiving at the True Prescott home. Maurice Olson, who is stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark., arrived home Saturday to spend a leave here with his wife, who is employed in Fort Dodge. Larry Coleman, who is attending Junior College in Eagle Grove, spent his Thanksgiving vacation here with his parents, Mr and Mrs W. L. Coleman. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Schriebcr and family of Oltosen and Mr and Mrs Kichard Kullertdn were Wednesday visitors at the Elmer Schrieber home. L. E. Ka^ went to Des Moines Sunday where lie spent a few days at ah implement dealers convention. Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet and Mr and Mrs Pete Zeimet went to the home of Mr and Mrs Don Zeimet at West Bend to. help them .celebrate their 12th wcci- ding anniversary. All of his brothers and sisters in this community attended the • anniversary. Mr and Mrs J. C. Kelly visited Saturday with his father, who is a patient at a Waterloo hospital. Mrs Anna Berte and Agnes Berte spent the day: Tuesday at the John Freilinger farm home. Phyllis Faith went to Fort Dodge Thursday where she had her tonsils Amoved. She returned to the John Olson tiome Saturday. Mr and Mrs Bill Ankenbauer and son of Algo'na were Thursday afternoon -visitors with' her •jJnreMtsV-Mi'-'aiid'Mrsr-'W. L.-Goleman. They moved to Fort Dodge Sunday. Mr and Mrs Julius Becker and Luke Youngwirth ..of Wesley spent the day Monday in DCS Moines. Mrs Becker's mother, Mrs Youngwivth of Wesley, remained with the Becker children during the absence of their parents. Cramer Davis, who is attending Teachers College at Wayne, Neb. and his brother who teaches at Ireton, spent their Thanksgiving vacation with their parents, Mr and Mrs Cramer Davis. CONVERT YOUR GRAINS TO SOLID MEATY GAINS "As Much As $9.00 Savings Per TOO Lbs. Gain" Corn savings now pay ot'^ more than ever! And you can gut first clnfs RESULTS with your liof.s on Surgont Min- i'al Meal. Results on cum savings are greatest with proper supplementing. Tests prove that you can save up to 6 bushels of corn per 100 pounds gain, compared to ordinary corn feeding. That ci 1 '-^ normal corn costs in half. If corn is $1,50, you can save up to $9 cash, per lOf) pounds of gains. On a 201) pound hog. that adds up to $18. Sargent Minral Meal yets such big corn savings RESULTS, becaiui.' it lias the jjenuine pork building ingredients. Blends these into a ereat money-saving hog supplement. Kin-gent Minral Meal has vitamins, proteins and minrals plus extra factors. On Minral Meal, hogs just naturally make a healthy, profitable finish. 4 Big Meat-Building Supplements All In One Bag — All At One Low Price On Sale Also Ai Algona Flour & Feed Co. Sargent & Go "Makers of Famous Sargent Feeds"

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