The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 21
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Grocery At Burt Changes Owners, Harris To Bailey Burt —Mr and Mrs Cecil Bailey of Seneca purchased the Harms Clover Farm Store here; and took possession Monday. The Baileys lived in Burt prior to 1930 when he was employed in the Burt Bank and he was also town mayor for five years. They moved to Hodk Rapids where they lived three years and then purchased the general store in Seneca which they have operated the past 2H years. The plans for the present are to reside in Seneca with either Mr or Mrs Bailey coming to rt store eaeh clay. Assisting I Like My Savings With All The t Trimmings HOME FEDE SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. Since 1917 Algona lowa Our Downstairs Toyland Is Now Open! Largest and Most Complete Selection m This Area! IAYAWAY for Christmas Small Amount Holds Any Purchase Everything for All Ages Come Early For Best Selection sw hcrr: nro Robert J< hn B:.lt, Mi?. Walter Sorensori and Mrs Wm. Woltz. Cecil and Oma Bailey are long time members of the Masonic and Kastern Star Orders and have many friends with others w/io welcome them back in Buit. Mr and Mrs Glenn Harms of Algona purchased this store from the Ikny.ard McMullens in June, but due to Mr Harms health they decided to sell. The many friends made by the Harms during the tune liei e. wish them well. 25th Grandchild Mr and Mrs Raymond Mitchell of Lansing, Minn., are parents of a second son born in the Austin hospital November 27. The baby has been named Harry Jay. The Mitchells have five children of which three are daughters. Mrs Mitchell is Maxine, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jay Graham, and the baby is the 23th grandchild for the Grahams. Bancroft 4-H . Boy Wins $10 Record Award Bancroft — Melvin DeGeeter, son of Mr and Mrs Screal De- Geeler, Bancroft, received a $10 award at thp'4-H Lenders and Officers meeting at Algona Saturday. Melvin won the award for luivinc 111? Best Record book in Kossu'th county. The prize was given by the 'lowa State Bank. M'.'ivin is a member of the Ramsey Club. Mrs Molly Leason with Mr and Mrs Don EKstrom of Minneapolis were at the Art Leasons for dinner on Monday and all attended funeral services for Mrs Anna Leason in Algona that afternoon. The Methodist Circles are meeting this month as follows: Faith — with Mrs John Geesman, and the Love — with Mrs Velma Cook with both the 14th: Hope— will meet with Mrs Howard McMullen Wednesday afternoon the 21st. Fidelis Class Party will be at the home of Elsie Lockwood with Mary Baer assisting. Thursday, December 15, instead of the 14th as planned. Rowena Ryerson will have games. Mrs Alvin Buckholtz spent some time with her parents Mr and Mrs John Gifford following the birth of a son on Saturday at the Balmson Clinic here. Mr and Mrs Buckholtz live on a farm near Titonka and Mrs Buckhollz is the former Dolores Gifford. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Art Leason were: Mrs Grace Schmidt with Mr and Mrs Forrest Schmidt and three children of Buffalo Center. The dinner was in honor of the birth- clays of Grace Schmidt, the 14th. and a grandson Jack who was one year Sunday. Mr and Mr:- William Meyer pj'tVe a dinner Sunday honoring the grand-daughter Bernita Johnson wlio was seven. Attending were Mr and Mrs Eddie Ditten- hurnci and children of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Bert Johnson and BerniUi. John Nelson of Winnebajo, Minnesota, and A. P. Nelson of Bntt viMted their brother Mr William Nelson on Wednesday. Mrs Hurlhurt of Corwith and Ma's i Kenneth Bates and children ol \ I Algnna were also at the Wm. j i Nelsons Wednesday. i Mr and Mrs John Carpenter of ! Richmond, Virginia, were Satur- I day night visitors at the C. B. I Cli'iprnan home. Mr Carpenter is | a cousin of Mrs CThipmari. Mrs Lillian Darnell of D'.-y Moinos I war. a recent visitor at the C'. B. ! Chipmans also. The Burt Public Library will be open from 2:30 to ;>:'..'0 Saturday afternoons, instead of, in the •evtfhing "as usual. "Many new' books for both adults and children have recently been put on the j shelves. I The Lion's Club will snonsor a I contest for best exterior lighted j decoration for the Christmas sea- i ! son. Judging will be at 7:30 Tucs- | i day evening. Dec. 20. :.:id three j '; c:;sh r>ri.".es will ''<-' Riven. i ' The Burt Commur.itv School \ H, ;i'l \i-/ii :• '.h--- ; ii< c;ion of Mr ' 1,.,-klv.M ;,;-„! ',):,' .h.'u ,;• ! I ! :.' h • ' ('!-...; ';•- •,,!!.!'. . t !-!••• dir> >•;:• !1 -i . ; M;:-- !?;-.:,;> p; c :.«.-;-.'.•, '; The V,-H,'I.: , i <!.-,;. everv.r;:- Ir.' the J'..'iio'. Huj.h j | OrUtU- a'e Jo A mi Johnson. Marv i I Lnu P.(-.!v..'. Ma:-,h., Div.iv.i-, : ; M.-uilvn iiii-.eki' y._ J;:v lu>;i;'.::- ; N> :ma:i C,;i !.--;.>n. iladle.v C.V'."- : and Gfirrv T.i••• Davis. WiHinin Nelson is stayinc :•.: Welfare iiaM-r. >mct Fi ulay a:i' : noun. Mr N,!.-nn hji.-- bi-t-n ill !>,;'. is irnnrtivi;! a', tlii.^ tmv . | at St. Aiin in A.pina a^ain tr. I past \\'v eh. i Mi> l.ani-i Kii Mii't'i cnti . !;-.n- '; i i-il at hiT l-.i'tv.. 1 Friday a:'ti-rn- •• 'i! j hononui.: ir.'';r.l>o!-j a I the Birth- | i i';av C'ni-lt- Kt.illow.ne .» \\'IA- in i i U-i-I'stirm ..:a---,i . !\ini-'n v..x sv-;-v. • i ! .--cl liv Kcii'i.i S'".itli AlU-iu!;!,.- ; i uitc Anna r.iti-fif-dt, L»u^ j BK iih. lnr.:i H.H-.L;..', Stella Ci..f j man, Hilda G:\>ss. Li'tti.- L:.:-.- i !ln'it;r-i-. Carn.' Larson. Bfitha 1 ' Man-!:!;!!'. K:r.!i-,a Mann-. ,1, --••• ! R.i-h. Kil.. Su^lx-i'. B.-.-tha St>.-.v. Ht Mlu, Wall.,.--- and RU'LV O:,v:~ ('lava VntiSli-cnlifi u<- \vilh l'\::- > tlna t'hiDin.in and Edna S;ni!l: : Tht BirtlvJay Circle re::>.iiai j ann'ial I"! 1 .; istnias -Partv will h. | at Bui! a M.itismr.h's I'.oniv t;, j TlHirSii.A- aftcrnoo:-. the 15th. T!:. ' I-; tti be the C'hri>tn!a.- Cil't e\- I fh;.::Uf v. ith vuiir mv>iery >i>tt r. i Reluming From Japan Seamen Kenneth Nemmers. son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Nemmers. left Japan Wednesday and is expected home for Christmas. Another son Gene received his discharge Wednesday and will be home until in January when he- will enter Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. Gene was injured in a car accident in California and spent many months in a hospital there. Mrs Eli/abelh Korrect who has been making her home with her s-on George in Laurens since leaving the hospital in Algon,a celebrated her birthday Dec. 8, along with her son whose birthday falls on the same day. Mrs James .Antoine received word Thursday of the death of her mother, Mrs Curens of Em- from Al Le Ell'-n wi'h and TU ing Mrs Curcns has been ailing tin- about a year. Funeral services will be Monday morning at Kinnietsbui g. Mr and Mrs James Anloino and family ol Banci'ift will attend. r.'m l.en.-in;.;, who is homT service, and Mr and Mr:-- asing and family and Jean of Algona spent Sunday, Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensin.g nvc" at Ames. Nellie Lupin who is visit in California wr->te her friends l-.erc that her brother. 3oi t Hudson had passed away j-ec-jiitly while visiting in Wisconsin. Mr Hud;. on was a former resident, here. Wo.d has lieen received here of the birth of a son to Mr and and Don Williams, Council Bluffs. Tins is their first child and the first grandchild for Mrs Ota Dunding. Tony Gihn;m of EmmeUburs visited Sunday with Laurence Bergman, and attended the Emmetsburg - Bancroft basketball game. Santa To Make Appearance At Ledyard, Friday Lcdyard — Ledyard will have Santa Clau? day visit this Friday. December 16, beginning at 1:30 tit the school gym with a program bv thr Band and Glee Clubs under the direction of Dale Can- fi'-ld. Santa will lead a parade fr-r>ni flie school downtown where t!v- children will be given treats. This v\ ill be followed by a diav- ing on Main Street for about SO prizes donated by the business men. You may register for these pri/es up till 1:30 on Friday at the Post Office. Mr and Mrs George Thompson attended a County Kural Letter Carriers Christmas party and banquet at the Johnson House at Algona on Sunday evening. A Christmas progiam was enjoyed during which a movie of the last years party was shown. There was an exchange of gifts. The Sacied Heart Parish of Led\aid is having a Day of Recollection to start at 10 o'clock, December 18th. Father Schumacher of St. Joseph's Parish will be the R'-treat Master. Grades one through i. igbl will give a Christmas program for their parents and the general public on Monday evening. Dec. 10, at the school gymnasium. Everyone is welcome. School will be dismissed at 1:;',0 on Wednesday. Dec. 21st for Christmas vacation and will resume again on Monday. Januaiy 2nd. NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS Thursday, December 15, 1953 Algona (to.) Upp«f P«t Moln«»-S $30,00000 on November 1st of each oft nblc to the Altfonfl Cofnifiunlty School the years 1D5B to 197<4, Inclusive, and JU.odii.00 on N'ovombiT 1. 1:175. Hid- tl< .<.-. !io'j"ld specify !!!<•• InU.-rr.'Sl rate ni vnti"; KIP !'••; bonds and nil other t irctims'a! ,c will be p.\\ Tin? Stho approving ' ;; being n tf> fiju.il, preference the- bill ni pni; and in .Test or hotter specifying ntcTPEt rate or rates. .•t will furnish the pinion of Messrs. Chap- tl'-r. lawyers. Chicago. III- intiis. the pim-l laser's to t'urnisli the printi'il bond; ; and ill! hifls must be so ctjiulitionccl. Certified check pay- DiStrict, In tfio County of Kossuth. State of Iowa, for Two Per Cent 12^ > of the principal amount of the bonds 13 required with each bid. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Published by order of the Board of Directors and dated December 12. 1!>55. Inez Wolfe Secretary (Published Dec. 15 and Dec. 22, I!i:j5. in ' The Algona ilowai Upper Drs Monies). We Have Several Top Quality Hog Feeds To Help You RAISE'HWS PROFITABLY MEAL 'MOO-GAIN) PELLETS b;ds :H- J !J in r, oi Di! fft, n <- of 1 tur- AlKoiKi Cijintmin- ity .S< !H;U] UisMjct, in ! ho Counly ,i[ Kosvjih. Stntc df I(,v,a. uiVi! 2 o'r-lnck P.M.. .Intiuary 10. lf)5(i. lor Five Hun- dre-cl F(irt;.--Foi.ir Tlionsanfl Dollar? '5,54 1.000.00 1 Sr'hodl Building Bonds n! s;ud Di.sdnt. at which time tl'.^y « ill be: pre:-entf"d t'i thi; Board of Direct - 'irs nl s*iirl Sfiino! Distrii-t at its mc-ct- iii£ !n then IK ht Id at I hi- High School binidit.i; in Algona. Iowa, and in snicl .Schor'l Uij'nct. and alter tho receipt ,-,f riper, tiicis the bonds will he soul t,i the hi8h<-st bidder for cash. Said bor.ds -^ ill ho dated February 1. \>.'~><\, and v. ill inaluif in installment - ni 520 IK'0.00 OIT November 1. 1957. THE MOR-GAIN SWINE FEEDING PLAN is simple and low in cost. $et Plum Creek Elevator Co Phone 105 — Algona ! -lOlh YEAH I At Wavi-rl\-. D.v Williams Soh- 1 midl, Lui'iern i-!:iirc!i past.! . j was hon, ; :'od by his i-ori..;iv!j:Uion r rorcnt'\' on tin- -iOth :inm\'rr-;.ivv < • :i \; .-. ,.'rdiii.:':!i'n inio !ho minis! trv. See Our Large Ad On Page 10 Of Farm & Home Section NEW TREATMENT FOR CALF SCOURS! BOLUSW K A 0^ STREP Dihydiastreplomycin lulftte. Kaolin, Alumina. Pectin, Vitamin A • Combination of 5 ingredients —each designed to play a specific part in treatment of calf bcours! Nontoxie—completely safe—Bolus KAO- SiRtP treatb the \\holc disease. for pig scours. * f biloddphii i. Pi. FIRST SHOWING! THE ONLY ALL-NEW LOW-PRICED CAR! The All-New, All-American RAMBLER Yes, /f's o Four-Door Hardtop! No center post I Moil beautiful car in the /oweif-price fie/d. 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Try new travel luxuries — Power Brakes (standard on custom Ramblers), Power Steering, All-Season Air Conditioning, Airliner Reclining Seats, Dual-Range Hydra- Matic Drive. Yes, conic todav and see the new Ramblers that cost li'itsi to buy, k'lisi to run and bring most when you trade. Make the Smart Switch for '56! ON DISPLAY TODAY AT AMERICA'S SMARTEST! It's the all-new triple-duty beauty—the 1956 Rambler Cross Country, now with 33% |\ more cargo space. It's a town *" car, travel car, and America's finest low-price custom 4-door Station wagon—all in one! SEE IT! DRIVE IT TODAYI Rambler AMERICAN MOTORS MEANS MORE FOR AMERICANS Tune in Disnc>land on A3C-IV. See TV ^stings for lime gnd Chgnnol RUSK DRUG RUSS & KY'S NASH SALES & SERVICE 1023 N. Main St., Algona Phone 249

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