The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 33
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 33

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
Page 33
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LOCALS ™ e66d ***** Mwnfcltat night W6nt carolin « Sunday —o— . Rufh, liitl* dautfhier of Mr and Mrs Leo Cassell is a Chicken Pox victim. Robetl LaBam entered St. Ann hospital Tuesday foi medical treatment. —o— Mf ana Mrs W. j. Sigsbee are expecting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. E Beardsley and their two children of Lincoln, Neb. for Christmas. Phil Anderson, studenl ai the Stale University at Jtowa City, arrived home Friday for the holiday vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs Evnrt.-U Anderson. . —-0—* Carole finn arrived hom/'Fri- dajt from the State University for-line Christmas holidays-with her; parents; Mr and Mrs-Will' Kirn Finn. Mr and Mrs Richard Cook's Christmas guests will be her parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Hargreaves and her brother, Kenneth Hargreaves of Omaha. —o— Mr and Mrs Don Sherman and twb children will spend Christ- maA at Britt with Mrs Sherman's parents, Mr'and Mrs Kenneth Boughton. Mr and Mrs Wallet gchild- knecht and children plan to go to Estherville Monday to celebrate the hdliday with Mrs Sclv ildknecht's mother, Mrs Martha Albright. —o— Joyce Brand was an overnight guest of Carole Finn Tuesday. Joyce is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs O. W. Brand, former Methodist pastor here, and now of Forest City. —u— Word has been received here by Mr and Mrs L. J. Mishak that tneir son, vV.tyne, was recently promoted to staff sergeant in the air force. Wayne is stationed at Norton Air Force Base in California. - -n— Mr and Mrs Milton Will will have as thc>ir guests- for Christines, Mrs Will's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Bob Sol- ?,er and -daughter of Ames and her brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Marvin Wallburg. -^0— Lloyd Prait and his brother, Merle of Fairmont spent Wednesday and Thursday at Lemmon, S. D. where they visited their uncle. Carl Pratt, who is a hospital patient there and attended funeral services for a cousin. —o— Mrs Martha Sherman will have as her guests on Christmas, hei son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Neal Sherman and two sons of Dos Moines and her daughter, Wanda Sherman who leaches in the Hoover school at Mason City. MERRY CHRISTMAS Loads of jolly wishes for the best Christmas ever, to our friends and customers from our catue staff. FOSTER FURNITURE Wf Nf» Senta will fill your sock right to the top With 9 h«*t Of blessings that never stop—and to 9)!;, A ViRY MERRY CHRISTMAS! ZENDER'S Clothina For M»n And Roy* Thursday, ftMembar 22, 19SS' At§dna (la.) Upper DM Me!«§i~9 Mrs Carla Johnson and son Bud of Hockford, Hi. arrived here today, (Thursday) to attend funeral services for Mrs Johnson's brother, John Wallburg, who died at Marshalltown where he has been for the past several years. Virginia ffistedf, a junior in the college of nursing of the State University of Iowa, will arrive Dec. 23 for a week's vacation with hur parents, Mr and Mrs H. F. Fristedt. ADVERTISING 1.1 the Aigom upper Des Moines reaches more families in Kossuth county than tny othef tmblicatioft. Let Bids, Law Library Shelving The Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. of Algona was the low bidde/ on shelving for the law library in the new Kossuth courthouse, when bids were opened Monday afternoon by the board of supervisors. The bid for the complete installation was $1,050. Other bidders were Hutzell's, $1,076.80; Matt Parrott, Waterloo, $1,194.25; and Koch Brothers, Des Moines, $1,762. TO UlNl K FRIENDS l\f> CUSTOMERS ./Ys another year rolls around we express our thanks for your past patronage and wish you all . . . MERRY CHRISTMAS! .POST TRANSFER AND STORAGE take pleasure in extending OUT sincere tnem^f i <ina good wished to uou, our manij plena? ana loual Customer?, in the nope u,our (^nriytmaj will t>e thf WILTGEN JEWELERS AT THE STORE WITH PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE SPRY 3 Lb. Tin 69C NO. 1 MIXED 1 Lb. Pkg. 39C NONE SUCH MINCE MEAT, pkg......21c ANOTHER TRUCKLOAD OF WASHED U. S. No. 1 Cherokees 50 Lb. Bag '149 WASHED AND WAXED U. S. No. 1 Pontiacs 10 Lb. Bag 49c 50 Lb. Bag '159 CALIF. EMERALD BABY WALNUTS, lb.pkg.49c NO. 1 FLORIDA 96 SIZE GRAPEFRUIT 10 Large 33C LARGE SIZE FLORIDA 2 Dozen ORANGES 49c CELLO WRAPPED 1 LB. PKG. ROSEBUD CELLO CRANBERRIES We RADISHES, 2pkgs......Ifc NORTH STATE NORTH STATE FROZEN Frozen PEAS, 2 Ig. pkgs. 29c STRAWBERRIES, 2 pkgs. 39c CHRISTMAS CANDY-OLD TIME MIX lib. 12 oz. pkg. 49c ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS No Skin — No Fat — No Shank —Fully Cooked, Ready To Eat BUTT HALF 49c HANK HALF ARMOUR'S Skinless WEINERS, 3 Ibs. 79c ALL SWEET OLEO MARGARINE, 3 Ibs. 59c HOME DRESSED CAPONS Lb. 49c PURE Ground Beef 3 Lb$. 85c TURKEYS - DUCKS - ROASTING CHICKENS FOR EVERYDAY LOW

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