The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1956 · Page 35
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 35

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 3, 1956
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ZENDER'5 - CLOTHING FOR MEN & BOYS Here's an extra fine selection of men's fop quality suits -and topcoats by nationally famous makers. A wide assortment of broken sites in every «tyle, now offered for Special Group of SUITS at 2875 There is still a choice selection of many sizes and styles men's sport coats and jackets for you at this super saving clearance. t MEN'S Sport Coats ' and JACKETS ;OFF til . GROUP OF ' Sport Shirts VaOFF Men's Sport and Dress SOCKS ... 39c Special Group Odds 'n Ends Sport & Dress Shirts FOR 9 An MEN I..UU All the popular styles in top quality fabric and workmanship at low, low prices. BOY'S JACKETS Special Group BOY'S JACKETS 4,95 AS LOW AS Special Group SPORT SHIRTS 1.19 BE SURE TO REGISTER HERE FOR FREE HAMS: ZEND Where Quality Is Inexpensive Bonacker Sells Titonka Store To Mr Stecker Titonka — New Yenrs dajr brought a change at the Bonackei Food Market. TelkO Stecker Who bought out Gep. BohaCker, manager arid owttef of the store, took oVer his ..hew (duties the first as owridn HiS store will be often as usual for bU'siness. i Mr Bonackef was owner of the store for "34, years. George With his brother Ray boilght oui 3. W. LarnerouX ift : 1922.' They operated the store together until 1937 when Ray sold his interest to George. Ray bought a grocery store in Reinbeck and .made that town his home. . George tmd his wife have three children, a pair of twin girls Joice and Janice and anothei daughter Dawn, all married. Telko, a farmer, has lived around Titonka all his life and recently had a farm sale, but plans to live on his farm and rent out the land. Telko and his Wife Agnes have seven children, the oldest son in service at Washington, D. C. Annabell Swan, who has been clerk for Mr Bonacker, will also v°i'k for Mr Stecker Arrives On Chrislmas Mr and Mrs Kensy Korte are the parents of a baby daughtei born on Christmas day, at the St. Ann hospital in Algona. The new baby and muther 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 Korte's first child. Becky Truesdell, Violet Jaren and Gerald Welhousen had their tonsils out at the Britt hospital Monday. -Marilyn Boekelman had hers removed Wednesday. They are the children of-Mr and Mrs Wayne Truesdell, Mr and Mrs Phillip Jaren, Mr and Mrs John Welhousen and Mr and Mrs Jerry Boekelman respectively. Miss Myrtle Sachau of Chicago came Saturday for the holiday vacation with her brothers and sisters in 'Titonlfa. 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. Tuesday, January 3, 1*56 Algbna (la.) Uppftr Dei Molftt*-? Many Meetings At Burt "ThisWeek" r * " Burl —The regular joint meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary will be held in the Legion Hall Tuesday evening, Jan. 3, with Betty Hiatt, Georgia Holding and Etta Howard as hostesses. The January meeting of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will be held Wednesday Jan. 4 with hostesses Beth Miller, Frances Sarchct. Elsie Lockwood and Lottie Bear- so in charge of serving. Elva Simpson wiljjiave 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 rs, -Know your Synod and Lutheran Home - Finding Society dues to be paid this month. Market basket names are Mrs Seib Behrentls, 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 call is payment of dues and Jessie Chaffee and Viola Cunningham w'ill have program. .The Burt Woman's Club will Slave the first meeting in January at the home of Lulu Hawcott with Beulah Bullock assisting. Gi'oup singing of "Iowa—Beautiful Land" will open 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 Lillian Mcinzer and Helen Vogel. The book "New Life in Old Lands" written by Kathleen McLaugh»in, will be reviewed by Ermu Pratt. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Doe;<e visited at the Herbert Doege home in Woden Thur.-xlay and also were supper guests at the Vern Rafdahls in Titonka. Mr and Mrs E. A. Jun(>or- meier with Neoinu ami Alma visited at the John Lcitter home in Ledyarcj on Tuesday. The Alvin Baumgards attended funeral services for Mrs Baumgards grandmother. M r - Eniilie Pergande, 87, at LuVerne on Monday. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Doegc had the following at their home on Christmas Sunday: Mr am,' Mrs Earl Rafdahl and Steven. Glenville, Harvey Tuttle 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 Jeuy ivtuna-d Thursday iro:n Curpus Cluisti, Tex. where they visitt-U the son and wife. Mr and Mrs Donald Carman. The Don Caimans are both employed in that community and have recently purchased a home. Tin.- Boy Scouts Christm;. i party held in the Legion Hall was attended by 40 M-outs. parent-; and families. A ci>viTcd di.-h supper was served, lolluw- ed by ri <kit hy scouts atui raw .rin.-ji.'ij; by tho truup. An ex- chuftge of gifts brought the irig .to & close. Mr and Mrs Albert Volentine spertt the Christmas , weekend vvith the Walter Rugers in Lti i Verhe, Mr dnd MfS Alvin Baurngafd and daughters spent Christmas at the Otto Jdgel home in Lu- Verne. The women are sisters and othei* relatives attended the family ditttiev. Mr and Mrs Wfn. Giojdings had as Christmas diHher guests the former's ' pareftts, Mr and M^rs Ouy O. Giddings, arid supper guests were Mr arid Mrs Joe Fosnaugh .and children of Al- Blanche Vanderhoff of Mihrieapolis is spending some Hme with her soli and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Roy Vanderhoff and children. Mrs Nettie Fisher and Mrs Nora Garner spent the Christmas vacation with Mrs Garner's son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gordon Giddings in Benton City, Wash. Mr and Mis George Manus had the following Christmas day relatives at their home: Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie with Mr and Mrs Verl El^nore and Christy of Algona; a cousin, Erma Davison of Waukon, and Mrs Bertha Mansmith. Mrs A. H. Meinzer with Esther and Ruth Hodgson were Christmas day visitors at the R. E. Kautzky home in Ft. Dodge. Mr and Mrs William Otto of Mallard spent Christmas Eve and Sunday with the son-in-law »hd daughter Mf and Mm ftolaftd Lavrenz and children. Christmas day visitors were Mr. and Mrs •Tom Williamson and children of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Charles Davis and Jay were dinner guests Christmas Day at the home oil Mr and Mrs Jay Williams In Havelock and were .supper guests at the Art Davis home in Laurens. Mrs Francis McVay and children of Algona spent Wednesday afternoon With Mrs Roland Lav- fertz. Gary McVay remained until Friday. Howard Zanke of Escondido, Calif, spent Christmas' wrek with his parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Zanke, and with the Robert Harveys. Joe Zanke, who has been at Wilfare Haven, was home for Christmas dinner Sunday. Mr and Mrs Fred Howard had the following at their home Christmas day: Mr and Mrs Floyd Serdahl and daughter of Mason City and Mr .and Mrs Leonard Lovstad with sons § raig, Jimmy and Eric of Nora prings. Dave Gockleh was also a dinner guest. CENTURY At Marcus, Mrs Mary Gill has observed her 100th birthday. She's the oldest resident of Marcus and of Cherokee county. She was born in Illinois, "r Her health is still good. ADVERTISING in tne Algotu Upper DCS Moines reacnes more families in Kossuth county than any pther publication Bargain Days A host of miscellaneous items are offered here at terrific reductions. Read the list carefully —, You can save money by buying now during our 10-day clearance sale: ' PARTS 1.25 1.35 .83 .92 ITEM REG. Farmall H-M-MD, Tool Box ._,._ >_._ 7.50 Tilt-Back Seat Attachment si ______'_l2 6.72 Tractor Red Spray Paint L ; r i_ 1.68 Filter Elements (In Lots of 3) For H-C-300 _'—--" each For M-400 _-r_r*t___ each For H-C-300 'J. each For M-400 __' :___ each Drawbar Roller 5.21 Lincoln Grease Gun, 16 oz. 3.55 ^Lincoln Grease Gun, 20 oz.% 5.45 ':Girease ,- Gy n Holde r «•_ __*_-•- X,£5 I.H. Gas gauge, A.B. A C.$I___«i__-^ 4.90 H & M Friction Throttle ___'JL_ij__J_ 2.95 Tomann Wagg Poultry & Hog Water Heater __ 9.95 Fire Extinguisher 13.25 Tractor seat cushions 3.95 Trojan Hog Waterer 6.55 Tractor step for H or M --^ ._____• 7.95 Bucket lid grease gun filler .!_:_ 8.95 Tractor hydraulic seat & battery box combination 56.98 Monroe hydraulic seat attachment for H or M 43.78 Deluxe foam rubber seat bucket for C, H, M 16.10 H or M front wheel scraper 5.25 Load binder for log chain 4-25 Telescoping tumbling shaft 19.95 Electric hog waterer 39.50 Upholstered seat for B Farmall 10.03 SALE 5.99 5.04 1 .40 .94 1.01 .62 .*9 4.20 3.00 4.95 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 CHAINS ITEM REG. 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 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 36 SURPRISED ! ! ! BE SURE TO REGISTER HERE FOR FREE HAMS Implement Walt & Deb Hall Phone 52 '" 1407 Commercial taeat AT COASMO-COAST STORE - ALGONA IN 0UR FURNITURE CLEARANCE NEW FURNITURE IN STOCK; ODDS & ENDS LEFT FROM XMAS; DISCONTINUED STYLES, Etc. Etc. • DINETTE SETS Reduced! • UVINGROOM Reduced! • BEDROOM Reduced! ,«*< Here's Your Chance To Gel a Wonderful Lamp Bargain • CHAIRS Reduced! © TABLES Reduced! • BEDDING Reduced! • MIRRORS Reduced! • HASSOCKS Reduced! • WROUGHT IRON Reduced! '.*» >* orm Rockers A Christmas Shipment, That Was Delayed — They're Here Now — See Thorn In Our Window! MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION co&l ALGONA, IOWA £& WOLF, Owner

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