The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1956 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 3, 1956
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,.;.:«•' ~^>Jr*^r; > ijW 11 ^M'} II mm » : ; IP *& 4^ :^.s«wrMi±uji. $ld^5 to $12.95 • >: 7.95 «, . _ .. »«**.D«es8 Shoes In Coco, BrowW. Redwood and Black. Pumps and Straps. Sizes 5 to 10, AAAA to C. '.95^ \oi|ieii's Natural Bridges ,' 8 ^M ural Bridge Dress Shpes in Black' Suede and Red, JJrowfc : and Blue Calf. Pumps and Straps. All sizes in widths A AA A. 16 C. . ' , , ' $10.95 & $11.95 BOYS' Robleesand ys' Dress "Oxfords in.all Colors, 1 Styles and Sizes, 10;95 TO Ii6.95 VALIIES to ; 8J95 TO 10.95 VALUES O5to7.95 WOMEN'S & GIRLS' Buster Browns, Glamour Debs and Teen-Agers Dress Flats and School Styles by Busier Brown. Teenager and { Glamour Deb for Children. Growing Girls and Women. Straps. Some with Cush-N-crepe Soles. E, FORMERLY $7.95 & $8.95 3.98 and 4.95 WOMEN'S, GROWING GIRLS' & CHILDREN'S N HOOD Dress Flats and School Styles for Children, Growing Girls and Women. Leather Loafers, Suede Loafers and Gore Loai- S - AU Colors ' AU FORMERLY $5.95 to $7.95 3.98 and 4.95 CHILDREN'S BUSTER BROWNS Ri/ v a ." d ,? xfords for D "ss or School Wear. 6'/z to 8 — 8'A to 12 — 12'/ 2 to 3 in widlhs A to E FORMERLY $6.95 and $7.50 3.98 and 4.95 ALL OVERSHOES ON SALE! sure tp register each day for the next ten s for yoyr chance to win a free ham. 2|;Hflm$ Siven Away Each Day in Algona! BROWN bii* SHOEJTORE AICQNA, IOWA IfORFTHAT' SIRE OF YOUR FEET .%*-*« jjEMgjflii CtyMjjj : Suede, and Ties! • io|, fee. ?fhe Annual gathering of•,the'.Steelg el&ft, descendants of the ^ late' Mr and • Mrs Rolli SWej^r Was held December 2 at;| "LalCota "City Hall, Those hcfe' were JMr 'and Miv e; .iWichlta, Kan.; Mr Mrsrftoltte Steele, Esther Ville, Ray Sleele, Elmore, Mr and Mrs .Robert St«;oJe, Atta Johnson Mr and 'Mrs Robert Rippentftjp Mrs George Bauman, Mr and Mr : Kenneth Bauman, Mr and Mrs George Steinberg and son,'Buf« ralo Center, Mr and Mrs Howard Thompson, Bancroft, Mr and Mrs John Vodraska and boys, Cherokee. Attend F B Meeting T Burdette Hoeppneiy Charles Gutkttecht, Fred Christ and Jerry Heetland of Ledyand Township, George Ennfcn, Hebron Township and Ronald Heetland; Lincoln Township attended a state 4 wide meeting of Farm' Bureau membership workers in Des Moines Thursday. Fred Christ, George Ennen and Ronald Heetland were captains of their respective townships. E •'T^'^«B»c^ i ; "''. : -': l fiJ- i i'f^f'^.'f' /.'^ 4 . . KAiletTof 'Eagle Grovfe . . .-,.aft' ;; and . mas uritU'plftnday. ffid'Mfa J; W. tiook, Dond?< Van flfraiGMrmeii 'Visited r wj and..^..^.^ _. Mrs ' Dennis .„„ SMstmas in Council Bluffs Mr and J STATE .. ' ^ --' : ;j Mrs, John LundqiBsf ina,ajughfers pt JqWa City ' Mrs, Luhdquisfs , Mrs K ri, MuYray, ' , Saturday Until Tue'sday. , .Mfc and MM John Ukeria, Don- ; aid ••aid Emmajean, V.elmd, Almh , ., and Harry, Mileham .re turrted Wednesday from a few days visit with their brother and temfty, hi Lincoln, 1U. ,' the former home of Hie Mile* nam children. • '^ . ; Mr aiid Mrs' Al Scott and childrer| qf Cedar , Rapids werfe gueStsiof Mrs Scott's parents, Mi* , and iCMrs Wm. Schroeder, -Fri* day Until Monday. Mrs Russell Winter, Larry and Mrs Deria Boeklemah of Algona attended -the 50th wedding an? niversary of Mr and Mrs John Sleper at Buffalo .Center.. Mr Sleper is Mrs Boukleman's brother and uncle of Mrs Winter. Christmas, 'guests of Mr/and Mrs Andrew' tfansen :were Mr and Mrs: sLamont -Janseri and children of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Arnold Karels. Mr and Mrs Robert Beemer and children visited Mrs Beemer's parents, Mr nnd Mrs Ef- mer Victor in Iowa 'City, Thursday until Saturday. "Mr and Mrs Fred Ploeger and luth of Ledyard and Merrit of Milwaukee were Thursday sup- >er guests of Mr and Mrs ,\Vayne ieetland.. Ronald Schroder of Ledyard was a Christmas dipner, {guest n the . Raymond Winter home. Donald is presently ;s.ta'tioned; at I'ort Polk, La. and returned to Leesville Tuesday night Mr and Mrs V". A. Barrett went o Sioux City Sunday to see their tttle grandson Jimrriie who. had, een hospitalized since a week revious. The little' ',twp ; year- At Red Oak< termites are eat-*' ng up the woodwork in the fire statidn. They've : worked up t& a height of five br six feet ih ; . he building's wooden parts. .'.'$'. , FROZEN - Jesse Kendall, Milo resident was found frozen to death onfe morning recently. It is believec that a horse . he was caring fb'r had injured him, breaking threfe ribs and he fell victim to thfe cold; (Wunieipai Utilities Minutes of proceedings o£ the Boa/fi Utilise 5 ° £ lhB( ^ lgona Municipal A meeting of , the^ Board of Trusted of the Algona MUnclpal Utilities 'was held in the City Hall, City of Algonas Iowa. December ,15, 1955, at 7-36 o'clock p.m; • < . "4? Present were: C.' H. McQuiston, M; J. Bradley, 'T. James Palmer. Super-* intendent, and IrB Kohl, Secretary Absent was: Allen K. Buchanan. .' i, .A Mc Q"iston was named Press ident Pro Tern. ' t ' Th ,e 'ninUteg of the meeting of D* cember;2, 1955 were read and ariprotf? ed. :-'.• -. .... i . • • "» ' ' There are no half-way nieasures In Ihis Clearance Sale at WUig|n Jewelersi Thai you will quickly see if you^iiSiitfi' IbWtt'ihMfi&li 1 Ihe repregerHalive items balow. We are just plain CLEARING from Block hundreds of items, and ihe sale prices Speak, for themselves. This 5s jusi a:pdrli6n of all tHe- jewelry bdrdfalas you ^111 find RIGHT NOW, and for the next iert^ays/.aJ Wlli^eh Jef " in Algona. Don't miss out On these Wonderful buys '-.<£- they .come again sopnl , . " . ,--•"•:— b y Bradl6y'and seconded by McQuiston that the vouchers payabli Be approved and"'authorized paid ai jjudtted. • Motion , carried. All yPtirji V. ' Ligkf T.iincJ '/'''%« C.M. St. P. &. K k RiR: Co.. frgt. 580.66. Pay Roll, pay roll-".^.^ i. 1 717 IE Milton Bllyeu., ,ls)bor -V.._160.'» Edwin Weisna;ar.™;]abor. iVIervin Hentgcis, IctSo'T'- Wm. J. Elbert, llaobtJ Iowa 'State Bank. Withholding tax _i__2 _' - / .. Social Security - f und _ "FimdY Yoc. - _____ ----- .-i. 5> hn , S-.lSpencer.; audit . , ; Id was taken ill very suddenly John R. Spencer, ; audit . .. and was found to have diabetes. N - c - Pub ''c Serv. Co., gas b^i ;Mr and Mrs Jo! in Vodraska anH I stomac Motor *E*vre£ d frgt sons were Christmas, weekend '" "' "-" ----- "" ' ' " guests of 'their parents, .the W. C. ' Vbdraskas sons. , . . . and ' Lauren -ThorAp- . The Presbyterian Women's Organization met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors with. the Mesdames C. A. Guthnecht, W. E. Ley, Cort Rippentrop and I. E. Wortman hostesses. The annual reports were given by the various officers 'and Mrs I. E.' Wortman gave a talk on India and Pakistan. George Bauman was taken to an Iowa City hospital Tuesday from the Buffalo Center hospital where he had been since the previous Friday after having: been found lying in his yard while doing his farm chores. Mr and Mrs Don Wortman ~ .»...»>, i.iv^iuj *^-*(Ji CP3, J.1KC. _ HZ W. W. Sullivan ?.M.; postage... 37. Payroll, payroll -.-::___ .. 20' Frank Ostrum, labor It;",'"* ^*>t. win, i^iuui w_129.Q«i 'Walter Peterron, -labor 13421* Mervin Hentges. iSBb"r 12 S(» Heakus Helmero,.-. labor .. " 83.W George WeifT, labor*—_-- 46,30 Clarence Helgeson, labor . 60 36 George H. Ristau, fabor Ss'-Jfl James H. Smith, labor .._ " 1837 Iowa Stale Bank, withholding ! tax 1 _'_ _:_.™-'14^0 : Social Security Fund, soc. "sec. Lee M. Hatcher, services ^' 40800 North Central Public Service" Co., gas bill 70.15 Deposit Fund McCrea et al, deposit rund 50.00 The Secretary was authorized to make tin: necessary arrangements for cancellation and renewal of the Workmen's Compensation Insurance Policy Next meeting date was set for, January 3. 1B56. at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Meeting adjournfd /S/ Ira Kohl /S/ C. n. McQuiston President. Pro Tc'm We will haul in FREE and Steam Clean FREE on any overhaul booked with us for next 15 days only. Truck Owners, Get Overhaul Work Done at Fleet Discount For Next 15 Days Phone 714 Algona, Iowa ; LADIES AND MEMS , •Were'.$7.5Q•'----.-.-- NOW 2.95 Were $8.95 ____•___ NOW 3.95 Were $10.95 -.-..,.. NOW 5.95 Ball Point PENS .WATERMAN'S SAPPHIRE TIP Were $3.7£ .._...:. NOW 2.75 OTHE PENS AND PENCILS v UP/TO ONE-HALF OFF! ,. V 'WenfBracefe IADIES AND MENS . Were $5.95 _,_ NOW 2.95 Were $8.95 _ NOW 3.95 Were $10.95 „.,.„„_ NOW 4:95 MEN'S AND LADIES WRIST WATCHES ••••'..'• • EXAMPLES: ' Imported * i "Floralne" Imported Tableware & Table Accessories EXAMPLES: Cake Breaker ___ Was $8.00 ___ Now 4.00 Carving Knife __ Was $11.50 ___ Now 5.95 $71.50 . NATION'S LEADING MAKES 5 WAS $22.50 ElECTRIC . SHAVING'S FIRST BASIC IMPROVEMENT IN 21 YEARS... and only Norelco EXAMPLES: S7-pc. Service For Eight 1847 ROGERS BROS. » WAS GO $116.75 O9 54-Pc. Service For Eight COMMUNITY WAS 04 $113.00 :_ 8$ 56-Pc. Service For Eight HOLMES & EDWARDS WAS $97.50 ._. REGULARLY $24.75 Sale 17.95 ROTARY eiECTRK SHAVERS TRY A NORIICO ON YOUR WHISKERS TOOAY BILLFOLDS Nationally - Known Makes Reduced *Up To >/ 2 Off Were $5 Now 2.50 Were 2.50 Now 1.50 All Greatly Reduced I EXAMPLES; Were 4.95 Now 3.50 Were $10 Now 6.00 Were $15 Now 7.50 These Are Real, BeautiesI COSTUME JEWELRY , Necklace-Earring Sets UP TO OFF CROSSES - MEDALS - ROSARIES Religious UP TO OFF SHOP OMR ENTIRE STORE I Many Olher S-E-N-S-A-M-O-N Trip If You I WHIRS Sure and Be 9 isi ar At Qui The FREE HAMS! m:

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