The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1956 · Page 21
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of SUIT There is still a choice selection «f. many^ sizes, and styles men's sport coats and jackets for .you .at,this super'saving Clearance. ' MEN'S Sport Coat* ': and JACKETS •7 ' Men's Sport and Dress SOCKS .. 39c ^Special Group Odds 4 n Ends Sport & Dress Shirts I t 5 .-..;• '• FOR ' MEN 2.00 All the popular styles in top quality fabric and workmanship at low, low prices. BOY'S JACKETS BE SURE TO REGISTER Hi8i FOR FtlJ HAMS: Special Group BOY'S JACKETS 4.95 Special Group BOYS SHJRTS (la,) BM inkaott •,.,%-•: /•• -.'•-•'• vV'K . -> • A-J-. ••: ToHrSteckei ^ frew .¥ e a 'f &m&9 brought 'ft dhante at the; Btfnajifket: Ftted'Mafketi Telkd; StecKet Whtf b"6f Iht'vdUt Qeo, ' . tne Ut ' laf '<$& br,other <; 'tfut BENDER'S' Where Quality U Inexpensive :bplfia1id,the stdrlttbiethiSf atntll IDS? when Ray sb}d .hl9 i; tt&est 16 George. Ray'.boiigfit ft gMciry store in ReinbSck find madS* that -town his' Holme. ,;•-.' ; 'J%i- George and his wife. haM tnree children, a pair' ,0f twin girls Joice and Jariice ; and ahothei daughter Dawn, all niaffied, •. Jifelko, a farrner, hasAlived around *Titonka ' all : hls life and recently had ,j'a farm sale, .but plans to live 6n his farm and rent .out the land. Teiko and hjis \^ife Agnes have,, seven •children, the greest son in service at Washing•ton, D. C.' Annabell 'SWari, who has been clerk for; Mr Bonacker, will also ,work fiii 1 Mr Sleeker Arrives On Christmas ..Mr and Mrs Kensy Korte..-are •the parents of a baby daughter boi'n dh Christmas day, at the St. Ann hospital in Algona. The new baby and mother came home Thursday. The baby has been named Sharla Lee. Mrs Korte is the 'former Violet Baade, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Baade of Titonka and Kensy is the son of Mr and Mrs Henry Korte also of Titonka. This is Mr and Mrs Kprtels first child. Becky Truesdell, Violet Jaren and Gerald Welh'ousen had their tonsils out at the Britt hospital Monday. Marilyn Boekelman had hers removed Wednesday. They are the children of Mr arid Mrs Wayne Truesdell, Mr and Mrs Phillip Jaren, "Mr and Mrs John; Welhojuse/i and 1 Mr .and, Mrs J^rry *B,Oekelman ••respectively. •' > 'Miss; Myrtle- Stfchaii of Chicago came - Saturday for the holiday •vacation ,' with , her , brothers and Sisters in Titonka. Mr"' and Mrs Herman .Chandler, Cynthia and Douglas of Dayton, Ohio, came!' to spend Christmas and New Years with Mrs Chandler's parents, Mr and 'Mrs G. D. Welhousen. ' to df :the .. .:: ••• % . Mr and Mfi Albeirt Volentirte •Spent thSj? iQtesJmas wsekeM ' tf -rou^fs in Lu* and daughters > spent Christmas at thfe 'Ottb Mpr.'hSnie ftt LU* Verne, 'iThe woiften are and othe^Mfi family djftflef. . • Mr aftd Mrs WftJ, -Biddings fi&d as ChrlsM® (tffltier, : guests the former's, parefi&h Mr -and , atef Quy 0; :OWdlfig§r^aMJiUgii|f r guests were •• M» ^ find MI'S;; J8e Fosriaugn ' i ; , • ,. Mrs Blariuhe vafidashdf f Minneapolis 'IS speeding time wftlr ner,::S6tt a imlaW, Mf aM Mrs! derhoff arid.iSHHdi'en. V '••\*V.V Mrs Nettfif 'MsheW . a nd/«MrS Nora Garriei'Vsiieht tfie" Christmas Vacation with Mrs Garner's son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gordon Giddings in BentoA Ciifr Wash. ,.-.<•.<•>, ^ .'• • ^< •• *&•••(?<" Mr and Mis George, MahUs had the .fallowing Christmas, day relatives at their home: Mr, and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie with Mr and Mrs. Verl Elmore arid Christy of Algbnaj a;! cousift) Erma Davisoh' of Walikoti, and Mi's Bertha Mansmith,' Mrs A. H. Meinzer with Esther and Ruth Hodgson were Christ-, mas day visitors at the. "Rt'-'^Br KautEky home in Ft. Dodge.- #', Mr arid Mrs William - Qttoi of Mallard . spent Christmas ysve 1 and ••Sttnddjr with, the son-lrijaW. A daughter Mr*attct Mrs Roland iVrerus and childfe*fl. .Christmas : day visitors wer'd Mf find Mrs' Tom Williamson and children of ftft Dodge. '* x 1 Mr and Mrs Charles Davis and 'Jay were dinner guests Christmas Day at the home of Mr and Mrs Jay Williams in Havelock iflnd were supper guests at the 'Aft Davis htifn'e 1 in LaUrens. ."Mrs FrafiCiS' McVay and chil- Ireri of Algdna SttSnt Wednesday 'fifternooft With M?s Roland Lav- renl Gary, Mcvay ' remained ^fitil Friday, ';!• Howard Zdhke Of Escondido, Calif. spent Christmas wl-ek with parehts, Mi 1 • and . Mrs Joe ankc, and'wIlH the Robert HarVeys: ' Joe Zanke, who has been ,§t Wilfare Haven, was home for Christmas dinner Sunday. ; Mr and Mr* Fred Howard had the following at their home •Christmas dSy: Mr , arid Mrs Floyd Serdahl and daughter of Mason City, and Mi? and Mrs Leonard Lovstad \ .'With sons fCraig, Jimmy and Eric 1 of Nora Springs. Oave GOdden was also fl dinner guest. s , •. , £'' CENTURY \At Marcus, Mrs Mary G411 has observed her 100th birthday. She's the oldest residettt ; pf Marcus and of.Cherokee county. She was born.iri Illinois. Her health is still good. ADVERTISING in the ALgoni Upper De"s Moines reacnes more families in Kossuth county thai 'any: other, publication Many Meetings Hurt— The .regular joint meeting of the. Legion arid Auxiliary will be held in the Legion Hall Tuesday evening, Jan. 3, with Betty Hiatt, Georgia Holding and Etta Howard as ^lostesses. . ' The January meeting of. the Methodist W.S.C.S. will bd held Wodnesday Jan. 4 with hostesses Beth Miller, Frances Sarchet, Elsie Lockwood and Lottie Bearse in charge' of serving. Elva Simpson will have • devotions. The January meeting of the St. John's Lutheran Aid will be held Thursday .Jan. 5 with Mrs Lyle Marlow ; and Mrs Earl Meier as hostesses. ; Topic for the lesson is. Know your Synod and Lutheran Home - Finding Society dues~to be paid this month, Market basket names are Mrs Seib Behremjs.l'- Mrs Anna Bierstedt. Mrs Art Bierstedt, Mrs Ralph Bierstedt and Mrs G. W. Bleich. The January meeting of the U. & I. Circle will be with Florence Geilenfeldt on Tuesday, Jan. 10 with Evelyn Angus assisting. Roll cull is payment of dues and Jessie Chaffee and Viola Cunningham will have program. The Burt Woman's Club will have the first meeting iri January at the home of Lulu Hawcott with Beulah Bullock assisting. Group singing of "Iowa — Beauti- •ful Land" will opon the program followed by the Iowa Quiz; when was Iowa officially opened for settlement and a discussion on "How Can .we pay for Defense" in charge of Lilliun MeinEer and Helen Vogel. The book "New ; Life in Old Lands" written by Kathleen McLaughiin, will be reviewed by Enna Pratt. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Doege visited at the Herbert Doege home in. Woden Thursday and also were supper guests at the Vern Rafdahls in Titonka. Mr and Mrs E. A. Junkermeier with Neoma and Alma visited at the John Leitter home in Ledyard on Tuesday. The Alvin Baumgards attended 'funeral servicen for Mi's Baumgards ,granqinriother, M. r s Emilje Pergande, 87, at ,^uVerne on Monday. ••Mr and Mrs Lawrence Doege had 4he following at their home on Christinas Sunday: Mr and Mrs, Earl Rafdahl and Steven, Gleriville, Harvey TuttJe of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr and Mrs Vern Rafdahl and children, Titonka, and Mr and Mrs Walter Adams and children of Algona. Mr and Mrs William Carman with Jerry returned Thursday from Corpus Christi, Tex. whore they visited the son and wife, Mr and Mrs Donald Gawnan. The* Don Germans are both employed in that community and have recently purchased a home. The Hoy Scouts Christmas party held in the Legion Hall was attended by 40 scouts, parents and families. A covered dish supper was served, followed by a skit hy scouts and carol singing by the group. Ar» ex- A host of misceilaneouiitems are offered here at terrific reductions; Read the list carefully — You can save money by buying now during our 10-day clearance sale: 1ARTS ITEM Farmall H-M-MD:TobljrBp*_AV-^----*-^ Tilt-Back, Seat AHaelirneHt; -|^--'-—~—Tractor Red Spray,.'Paiht"'i:|i._|.rfsia^,—-Vi- } Filter Elements (In Lots of 3) l For H-C-300 — each For M-400 — ___-__: each .• „ For H-C-300 •':l^____i..1 i ^V_-— r - ! ;,f aeh For M-400 ______^ each Drawbar Roller! Lincoln Grease Gun, 16;;9~z i»lincoln Grease ''Gun, 20 dz,j "'GVetWfe^.Guri -Holder I.H. Gas gauge, A.B. & C. H & M Friction Throttle ___.!] Tomann Wagg Poultry & Hog Fire Extinguisher Tractor seat cushions Trojan Hog Waterer — -. Tractor step for H or M —-_—-'*-Bucket lid grease gun filler |___-L_ .-Tractor hydraulic seat,& battery'box combination Monroe'hydraulic seat attachment for H or M Deluxe foam rubber seat bucket for C, H, M H or M front wheel scraper --. Load binder for log chain . Telescoping tumbling shaft __—---• Electric hog- waterer . Upholstered seat for B Farmall ___;., REG. 7.50 6.72 .68 1.25 1.35 .83 s'.2l 3.55 . 5.45 SALE 5.99 5;04 .94 1.01 4.20 3.00 4.95 _-__^ ater Heater __ 4.90 2.95 9.95 13.25 3.95 6.55 7.95 8.95 56.98 43.78 16.10 5.25 . 4-25 19.95 39.50 ,10.03 CHAINS ITEM \ 7:10 x 15 V-Bar chains _: ; 15.08 6:00 x 15, 6:00 x 16, 6:70 x 15 Snowmaster chains 11.25 7:10 x 15 Snowmaster chains . 11.42 10-38 tractor chains --, 55.75 11-38 tractor chains 59.60 USED ITEM Rebuilt magneto for H or M __ 50 ft. 6"« rubberized endless hammermill belt 10-24 high cleat rear tractor tire 3.75 2.60 7:95 9.95 3.55 5.25 3.95 7.95 42.74 32.84 12.08 3.95 3.50 16.50 24.50 -5.00 SALE 11.95 8.95 8.95 39.95 42-50 SALE 12.50 45.00 25.75 20% OFF On All I.H. miniature farm toys including lots of trucks. Make us an offer on a brand new I,H. No, 200 spreader with or without tires. - YOU MAY BE SURPRISED \ \ I BE SURE TO REGISTER HERE FOR FREE HAMS ' ' Algona V . • ., jmpleifneht ,4- AT COAST-TO-COAST STORE - AL60N* FURNITURE CLEARANCE ON Nl FURNITURE IN STOeK; ODDS & ENDS LIFT FROM XMAS; DISCONTINUED STYLES, Etc, Etc. « DINETTE SETS Reduced! • LiyiNGROOM Reduced! • BEDROOM Reduced! » LAMPS Reduced! • CHAIRS Reduced! ® TABLES Reduced 1 ® BEDDING Reduced! « MIRRORS Reduced! • HASSOCKS Reduced! • WROUGHT IRON Reduced! •a ! i i Here's Your Chance To Get a Wonderful Lamp Bargain Platform Rockers A Christmas Shipment, That Was Delayed - They're Here Now - See Them In Our Window! MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION AI/^/^MA irtiMA Be Surse To Re 9«ter in Our ALGONA, IOWA WOLF Owner vvvtr/ vwtiwr S t ore For The FREE HAMSI i. •«;

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