The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1956 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 3, 1956
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AROUND ALGQtiA' s , 1i meeting Wednesday ; evening" a the home c>f Mrs John Duttdii ' Mr arid Mrs .Chattel Mcvaj were dinner guests Sunday even ing of Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt a ..Fairmont, Minn. 1 • , this mtmihiy hmcheoh efihi -ladies of St. Cecelia's church wil be held Thursday hbon. ,f he pub lie is invited. ... .— __ .Mr and Mrs Charles Lindhors of New Sharon spent the New Year's weekend here with Mi , Lmdhorst's parents, Mr and Mrs Homer Lindhorst. \ Mr and Mrs Victor Flahet and children moved recently to a home they purchased at 1500 E Elm. .They had been living on West McGregor; f . —0^— P. E. O. Society met Wednes day afternoon at the 1 'home of Mrs H. -R. Cowan, Mrs T. C. Hutchison and Mrs Bob Dewel were in charge of the program. East Fork chapter of the Izaak Walton League meets Wednesday evening, 8 p.m. at the Armory. Officers'will be installed, there Will be a film and lunch will be served. Mr and Mrs J. F. Milder became the parents of a daughter born Wednesday, Dec. 28 at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Ann and she has two sisters and a,' brother. —o— Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey and three daughters spent the New Year's weekend at Shakopee, Minn, with Mrs .Muckey's parents, Mr and Mrs J. F. Blinkman. Mrs Clara Pratt spent the ew Year's weekend at Sumner aftd West Union where she visited Vier parents, Mr and Mrs Law- rente Traeger, Sr. and other relatives. Among those going to Webster City; Tuesday evening for the installation of the Kiwanis governor were Mr and Mrs W. A. ' Bartlett, Mr and Mrs Glen Graham and the Rev. and Mrs Gerald Hallauer. Mr and Mrs David Smith and family expect to be moved into their new home at 605 E. Nebraska by the 15th of January. Their present home Jia's been rented to Mr and Mrs Don Pecoy. Mr and Mrs Pat Bradley became the parents of their first child, a son born Wednesday at St. Ann hospital. He weighed 8 pounds and 12 oz. Mrs Bradley is the .former .Vera^Mae Semoru Mr and Mrs J. P. Smith and Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee were at Mason City Friday where they called on Mrs Sigsbee's sister, Mrs Sam Warner of Fenton who is hospitalized there following surgery. _0— Ladies of" the First Lutheran Church will meet Thursday, 'Jan. 5,- at 1:30. A dessert luncheon will be .served. 'Hostesses are Mrs O. Leonard Nelson, Mrs Harold Erickson, Mrs Betty 'Galbraith and-Mrs G. D. Brundage. The Big 6 birthday -club met Wednesday afternoon , for a pot luck luncheon at the home of Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. The birthday of Mrs Walter Klamp of Dakota City is being celebrated and Mrs Anna Vinaas of Des Moines is a guest. Jim Bishop loft Monday after spending the New Year's weekend with friends here. He planned to remain overnight at Mason City with his mother, Mrs A. A. Bishop and then returned to St. Louis where he is-employed, by the Anheuser Busch Co. driving a strato-coisier bus. Among his schedule duties is driving the St. Louis Cardinal baseball team to Florida in February to begin their spring training. , Ardis Kresensky left Sunday evening for New York City after spending a week here with her mother, Mrs Claris Kresensky and her sister, Alice who was home from the College of Wooster; Ohio. Ardis is employed by Morehodse Gorham publishers and is currently, with a coauthor, compiling a spries of Sunday School lessons for Junior High age group. O-r- Vrs E. R. Riling and daughter. Marian left Sunday for Canon City, Colo, after spending two weeks here with Mr Rising. Due to the poor health of Mrs Rising, sh<j and Marian spend most of the time in Colorado, having purchased a home there. Marian is employed in near-by Colorado Springs. During their visit here, the other daughter, Gladys, Mrs Paul Bell, spent several days with them and the family went to Ottumwa for Christmas wltn the Bells. Circle meeting* of the Presbyterian Women's Organization- will be held this Thursday afternoon. These will be the first meetings of the organization's new year. Circle A with Mrs Hugh Colwell as chairnian, will meej with Mrs H. Furst, Mrs Mattie McWhorter. co-hostess. Circle B, Mrs Art Kra,use, chairman, meets with Mrs G. C. Stewart and Circle C, Mrs Edna -Mitchell, chairman, meets with Mrs Fred Geigel. Circle D, whose chairman, is -Mrs Fr«d Wegener, also meets at her house and Circle B, Mrs Charles Patterson, chairman meets with Upper Des Maine* FARM SAL6 CALENDAR Farmers having sales can- get their dates listed'here by con" tacting the Upper Des Moines, where farm sale advertising reaches the largest circulation 01 any publication in Kossuth coun- „ . - .• , . Jan. 9, Monday—Elmer Freidel sale, from jet. 169-18 two west p.nd 3% south. General' farm sale, machinery, 90 head fall pigs. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State .Bank, Algona, clerk. Full details today. Jan. il, Wednesday'— Chester Farrington complete closing out sale, 1 mile W, and % N. of Grant store. Quinn and Clark, auctioneers, Swea City Bank, clerk. Dei tails ih UDM today. Jan. 18, Wednesday—Lawrence Smith, Wesley, farm sale. Details "ater. Jan. 19,' Thursday—Earl Bates 'arm sale, 1 west and 4 north ot Algona. Sale details later. Yunge- jerg & Fraser, auctioneers; Burt Savings' Bank, clerk. January 20, Friday—John Farmer complete • closing out sale machinery, livestock, household goods, 7% miles northeast of ylinder. Berkland, Browa and Tinn, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Sale details in this paper later. Jan. 24, Tuesday — Richard ross,' closing out farm sale 1% miles south of Lone Rock. Full ine of machinery offered. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneers. Sale de- ails in UDM at a later date. January 25, Wednesday— Geo. Fohnson farm sale, machinery ind livestock, 6 south of Algona, i east, 1% south and Vz east; OB 2% north of LuVerne county hed and % mile west. Quinn & Yungeberg,' auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, LuVerne, clerk. Sale letails later in this paper. January 30, Monday — H. W. Schultz, 5V2 west of junction of lighways 18 and 169. Complete ine of farni machinery and some livestock'. Dale Yungeberg, .auctioneer, Whittemore State Bank, clerk. Complete details in the UDM later. ^_ Feb. 1, Wednesday—Bob Miller sale, 2 east and 3Vi north of LuVerne, or 8 south, 2 east and 1 south of Sexton. Machinery, 21 Holstein heifers to calve Mar. 1, and four cows. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers. Sale details in UDM later. , Feb. 6, .Monday,, — PauJ Hurn farm sale, 3 "west 'and"4 south of junction 169 & 18. Yungeberg & Colwell auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, cl'jrk. Fob. 7, Tuesday—Rdy Muller, 4 north of Wesley. 'Complete GAS-TOONS KEN'&'LEO'S "Leo goes a LONG WAY to give the ladies good service." We're not "stretching things" when we promise you the best service in town! KEN S- LEO'S Phillips "66" Service Bulk Tank Wdgon Service Phone 967 East State St. Closing out §616,, Mi, ; line of;;itt chMery.- MeciMi^ State 'Sink, clerk. Sale derails lateiu in . southeast of AlgoM, dowe closing out sale, ificluditfji Int. machinery > and herd M dairy cattle, vi^ith about 60,ed^IiV,'Sale derails- later.: Yuiigeb'elff & Quinn,' auctioneers; laWd State Batik, Algona, clerk. • ' 'February 16, Thurtdajp — Ed Kain complete closing 6ut sale of livestock and machinery, 7 miles N. E. of Algona, Yunge- berg & Fraser, auctioneers. Sale details in UDM later. Feb. 21, Tuesday— Ernest Votteler sale, 2 west and -2% south of Fenton. Berkland & Bortvit, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings, clerk. Sale details in UDM later. Feb. 23, Thursday i- F. A. Drone, 3 south. 3 west and 1 % south of Titonka, Yungeberg & Fraser, auctioneers; Security State Bank, clerk. Sale details in UDM later. > ' Every farm sale ad which originates with The Algona Upper Des Moines carries weather In- sUrance. If weather forces postponement of your. ? sale, your ad and bills will be reprinted without charge with the new date selected for the sale. SiJtf 0M NEWS . " .'':-, , . - - ; .-. •'$ r- •. Mt .•.•fttidb'-.Mrs John Jffinihp ceiebrSteff* their loth Adding afthiv^rSlft^'With afiiobeft house Wednesday ?' evening.; ce!yed7 ; %lhy gift*wishers afttt:',6ne of the jpyed, IjS.-a 'television, set, a ' The Algona Upper Des Moines nas the largest circulation in KoS' suth county of any publication. I After speeding the home of ! he'r sister, Mrl" Slid Tucker of Mason City, MrslJohn Huff has been returned to <Mercy hdspitat at Mason City.'', •Visitors' from this area were Mr aM Mrs Stanley Gardner oi Algortfi}; Mr and Mrs August kirsdh- baum and Mr and Mrs'LeBeKir- schbaum -were among thelftiany visitors, at the celebration!^ ; Mr and Mrs v, Harry Bode'S; golden wedding Anniversary. ,> £.<!•£''.' Mr and Mrs Leo RirScttbaum and family and Mr and Mrs;, Roland Bode and fanfily, -' ; ;.i?Were Christmas eve supper, gu'ests' at the August Kirschbaum nome. Mr .and Mrs August Kirschbailm spent Christmas day with' the^ Roland Bodes while Mr and MrsjLeo Kirschbaum spent the day ,with her mother, Mrs Elizabeth Mer* gen of Whittemore.; !! ' Mr and, Mrs Wilford Ward arid family took a chance on the weather this time and went ltd. Colo for the Christmas weekend. Lloyd Wise and Mr and, Mrs Frank Wise of Mason City yere dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Mack,Wise on Christmas. ^ Mr and, Mrs John Strattoh and Mr and Mrs Frank Strattbn and family of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Clarence Huff and family were Christnias guests at the Max Strattoh home. At least one bachelor fared pretty well as RnlpW Yanser was also a dinner guests ' . i>',',' ''•'•* Elmer ftftd^Afber't Tech were visitors in the Home ot their 1 sis- 'ter, Mrs CScil Kbtirke at Britt.;. , It was a-special'Christmas for Mrs Nell Opheim as all of her children were home" for the holidays.. In addition to Alfred, Paul and Joyce at home, Drusilla came from Minneapolis and John came from Montana. The visit at home was a little rough,on. Drusilla as she fell while skating and injured her knee. Mrs Opheim has .displayed one of the most striking Christmas lighting decorations 'this season. The population stays about the same with residents coming and going this winter. Mr and Mrs Art Klein and family are spending a nice winter in Fairhope, Alabama. Mrs Klein dropped a card to all her- fellow Friendly Club members making sure to mention the 75 degree 'temperature and the wonderful sunshine. This community must have some hold on its residents in spite of the weather as it gets a little later each winter before Mary McMahon heads south, She isn't planning on leaving for Dallas until some time in January this year where she will visit with Mi> and Mrs Charles Hennigan and family. Word has been received from Mr and Mrs Martin Mimbaph fittftlty leaving ielf new son, the diy* After visiting way with'rela... _«,,..., We should see them "\ day now. , ,, s Glenn Gabrielson, accompamllf by Olennda, attended the funeral- of an old family friend in his former home town of Ellsworth. On the way home they spent a few minutes in the ditch because of an icy spot in the road. Glenn's driving surely can't be blamed as the''fellow pulling them out said they were the third car to be pulled out so far. New Years Eve is the quiet affair of a small town with lights out and the streets rolled up about nine as usual. Accredit St. Ann Hospital Fully It was announced this week that St. Ann hospital is now a fully accredited hospital as a result of action taken by the Joint Commission " of Accreditation which is a national hospital rating group. St. Ann had been inspected two years ago and was on a provisional approval. In November the hospital was inspected again. The inspection included the building, facilities and medical staff. And it was following this last visit that the hospital gained the full accreditation which is the goal of all worthy hospitals. ' , FLOOR SAMPLES MUST GO I NITU Everything Is From REGULAR STOCK i Foster Furniture EAST STATE STREET ALGONA, IOWA We're Going "HOG WILD" On WOW! What Quality! What Prices! Boys, Girls SURCOATS These are regular $8.95 best sellers! In sizes 8 and 10 only. We are cracking the price heavy ft i ' ' to clear these) Rugged Nylon outer Wi*tf Men's Tanker Jackets Sell for $6.95 regularly. Warm wool quill lining, some same color as Army poplin. Not all C (Ml sizes, perfect for second jackel WiWI Men's B-29 Twill Jackets Rough, tough and warm — same type as kept GI'S comfy through thick and thin. A CC Of rugged tackle twill WiWW Men's Bomber Jacket A favorite jacket with active men . . . sells regularly $10.90. Buy these at a C7' greal big saving *r • Buy Yoor JACKET Now ~ From largest Stack In Kossuth County I Men's Pile-Lined SURCOATS - Sheeplined Flight Jackets Here's a rwgged bear of a jacket — sells regularly for $14.00. 'Nylon shell, with Q AA deep-lined interior JliWV Men's Work SURCOATS A jacket packing plenty of warmth for cold work days. $10.95 value. *j ff I Regular surco&i length _.. fill Men's $12.85 Dress Coats ' These sold for $12.85 . . . and are a different kind of dressier jacttei. n nj| Wool «juiU ft d Jlning , ^ tf.UU For men — a regular type flight jacket with thick, wooly sheep-lining. Govt. cost on these I 4 ftO $58.74. What buys -- — IV»iH» Lined Flight Pants Nothing better for keeping warm. Full zipper C CC fronl. Some only '/« zipper ViWW 1^^^^^ ^IP WW ^HPJ" ^P T iBW ^^^^r VHP ^W *^WM^^ ^jjl^^ SURPLUS STORE • •••' * V£-;;f^^ t W. ,-.-: .. ;W--v: . »X &.*)&*•*&)&$&&& ££8&$£ &M^^^^!i^^ii^^K^^l^^^m& REGULARLY UP TO $9.95 DRESSES REGULARLY UP TO $14.95 7.88 SUITS Quality Suits by A. S. FINE and BETTY ROSE r One Group Suits REDUCED One Group • m^± Suits i^L REDUCED * ^*: ON FOWLERS CHILDRENS FLOOR GIRLS COATS GIRLS DRESSES ALSO EVERY SNOW SUIT IN STOCK PRICE 30 GIRLS COATS — all brand-new this fall — also every Childrens Snow Suit in slock— i , in sizes 1 lo 12 ______________ - --------- 2 PRICE 70 GIRLS DRESSES — made by Cinderella, Kate Greenaway, and other fine makes — sizes 3 lo 12, 1_ values to $5.95 . ------- ..... -------- - ---- 2. PRICE Other Children's Bargains! 50 GIRLS COATS — sparkling beauties in beautiful fabrics and colors — all of them brand-new 1 / ihis fall and winter --------------------- /3 OFF GIRLS BLOUSES — ONE lot in sizes 6 to 12 n-T^ regular $1.98 blouses ____________________ Special I Iv FLANNEL SLEEPERS — Health Knit brand — sizes 1 to 3 — pastel shades— sleepers that' esll regularly for I A 1 1 1 « , Pr, $2.50 — slight irregulars ______________ Special BOYS MITTENS— made of plastic and waterproof — offered in one group at ---- Special DIAPERS — choice of Curity or Chix— q «C regularly priced at $3.75 down ------ Special *>i««yDo«. STUFFED ANIMALS — and other toys — one lot of them thai were priced $1.00 lo $2.98 ______ Special LARGE TUMBLE TABLE OF CHILDRENS WEAR AT Vi to '/2 OFF FORMER PRICES Sharpee Ladies Jackets The famous make df winter wear thai packs a lot of style with warmth. Neat pastel colors in warmly lined "j QO jackets. Were $12.95 to $17.95 I»OU All Ladies Millinery A large and varied assortment of ladies hats lo choose from — were $2.98 lo $6.98 —. 1 best colors and styles 2 Price ' Large Table Gift Items We've gathered and grouped dozens and dozens of gift items on Ihis large lable — and marked them IL down lo half price or less '. 2 Price Ladies & Children's Apparel On State St. Algona Iowa

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