MEN'S - WOMEN'S - CHILDREN'S Women's Air-Steps Women's Air-Step Dress Shoes in Blue Suede, Black Suede, Brown Calf, Red Celt and Blue Calf. Pumps, Straps and Ties. Sites 4 lo 11, AAAA to E. FORMERLY $10.95 to $12.95 5.95 - 6.95 - 7.95 WOMEN'S ACCENTS Women's Accent Dress Shoes in Coco, Brown, Redwood and Black. Pumps and Straps. Sizes 5 to 10, AAAA lo C. FORMERLY $9.95 & $10.95 3.98 to 5.95 Women's Natural Bridges Women'* Natural Bridge Dress Shoes in Black Suede and Red) Brown and Blue Calf. Pumps and Straps. All sizes in widths AAAA to C. FORMERLY $10.95 & $11.95 5.95 and 6. MEN & BOYS' and Men and Boys' Dress Oxfcrds in all Colors, Styles and Sizes, 6>/z to 13. A to EEEE 10.95 TO 16.95 VALUES 8.95 to 12.95 $.95 TO 10.95 VALUES I ; WOMEN'S & GIRLS' Buster Browns, Glamour Debs and Teen-Agers Dress Flats and School Styles by Buster Brown, Teenager and G|amour Deb for Children, Growing Girls and Women. Loafers, Oxfords and Straps. Some with Cush-N-crepe Soles. Sizes 4 to 11, AAA to E. FORMERLY ,$7.95 & $8.95 3.98 and 4.95 WOMEN'S, GROWING GIRLS' & CHILDREN'S ROBIN HOO Dress Flats and School Styles for Children, Growing Girls and Women, Leather Loafers, Suede Loafers and Gore Loafers, in Ties, Pumps and Straps. All Colors, All Styles, All [Sizes, 4 to 11, AAA to E. I FORMERLY $5.95 to $7,95 3.98 and 4.95 CHILDREN'S BUSTER BROWNS Loafers, Suede Straps and Oxfords for Press or School Wear. Si*9S 5'/a to 8 — 8!/i to 12 — l? l /2 to 3 in widths A to E. FORMERLY $6.95 and $7.50 3.98 and 4.95 ALL OVERSHOES ON SALE! Be sure to register each day for the next ten days for your chance to win a free ham. 2 Hsm* Given Away Each Day in Algona! l-Algona ((a.) Upper Des Moiftti Tuesday, January 3, 1956 Sfeele Family Get-Together, Lakota r Dec. 26 Lakota—The annual gathering '•>f the Stceie clan, descendants ot (he late Mr nnd Mrs Rnllie Slo?le was held December 26 at the Lnkota City Hall. Tliopo in attendance were Mr find !Mr? Elvie SteeJe, Wichita, Kan.: Mr and' Mrs Rollie Steele. Esther- vino, Rny Stceie, Elmore, Mr and Mrs Robert Steele, Atta Johnson, Mr and Mrs Robert Rippentrop. Mrs George Bauman. Mr and Mr: Kenneth Bauman' Mr and Mrs George Steinberg and son, Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Howard Thompson, Bancroft, Mr and, Mrs John Vodraska and boys, Cliero- kce. Attend F B Meeting Burdcttc Hoeppner, Charles Gutkneeht, Fred Christ and Jerry Heetland of Ledyard Township, George Ennen, Hebron Township and Ronald Heetland, Lincoln Township attended a slate wide meeting of Farm Bureau membership workers in DCS Moines Thursday. Fred Christ, George Ennen and Ronald Heetland were captains of their respective townships. Mrs Russell Winter, Lar,ry and Mrs Dena Boekleman of Algona attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs John Sleper at Buffalo Center. Mr Sleper is Mrs Boekleman's brother and uncle of Mrs Winter. Christmas guests of Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen were Mr and Mrs Lamont Jansen and children of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Arnold Karels. Mr and Mrs Robert Beemer and children visited Mrs Beemer's parents, Mr and Mrs Elmer Victor in Iowa City, Thursday until Saturday. Mr and Mrs Fred Ploeger and Ruth of Ledyard and Merrit of Milwaukee were Thursday supper guests of Mr and Mrs Wayne Heetland. Ronald Schrader ' of Ledyard was a Christmas dinner guest in the Raymond Winter home. Ronald is presently stationed at Fort Polk, La. and returned to Leesville Tuesday night. Mr and Mrs V. A. Barrett went to Sioux City Sunday to see then- little grandson Jimrnie who had been Hospitalized fince a week previous. The little two year old was taken ill very suddenly and was found to have diabetes. Mr and Mrs John Vodraska and sons were Christmas weekend guests of their par.ents, the W. C. Vpdraskas and Lauren Thomp-!; sons. The Presbyterian Women's Organization met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors with the Mesdames C. A. Gutkneeht, 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 Wortmun visited tfriends in St. Paul ahid Minneapolis Friday, Mrs Lena Allen of Eagle Grove wns a guest of her sister, Mrs 1. K. Wortman and family. Christmas until Monday, Mr and Mrs J. W. Cook, Donovan and Carmtn visited several days with relatives in DCS Moines and Maryville, Mo. Mr and Mrs Dennis Murray spent Christmas in Council Builfs with her parents, Mr and Mrs Dean Brisbin. Mr and Mrs John Lundquist and daughters of Iowa City wer^e guests of Mrs Lundquist's parents. Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray, Saturday until Tuesday. Mr arid Mrs John Ukena, Donald and Emmajean, Velma, Alma Kusseli and Harry Mileham returned Wednesday from a few days visit with their brother and tainily in Lincoln, h). This Is the former home of the Milc- iiam children. Mr and Mrs Al Scolt and three children of Cedar Rapids were guests of Mrs Scott's parents,.Mr and Mrs Wm. Schroeder, Friday until Monday. ' TERMITES At Red Oak, termites are eat* ing up the woodwork in the fire station. They've worked up to a height of five or six feet in the building's wooden parts. FROZEN Jesse Kendall, Milo resident, was found .frozen to death one morning recently. It is believed that a horse he was caring for had. injured him, breaking thrde ribs and he fell victim to the cold. • Municipal Utilities Minutes of proceedings of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities. A meeting of the Board of'Trustees of the Algona Muitftpal Utilities was held in the City Hall. City of Algona, loiva. December 15, 1M5, at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Present were: C. H. McQuiston, M. J. Bradley. T. James Pr.lmer. Superintendent, and Ira Kohl. Secretary. Absent was: Allen K. Buchanan. C. K. McQuiston was named President Pro Tern. The minutes of the meeting of December 2. 1953 were read and approved. Motion by Brndloy and seconded by McQutstnn that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Motion carried. All voting "Aye." Light Fund C.M. St. P. St P.H.It. Co., fi-Rt. 580.00 Pay Uoll. pay roll ..» 1.717.IG Milton Bilyeu, labor - 160.27 Edwin Weishaar. labor -.145.28 Mervm Hentgcs, labor 85.08 Wm. J. Elbert. labor ...101.45 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax ..237.50 Sdcial Security Fund, soc. sec. fund 110.40 .fohn R. Spencer, audit 257.80 N. C. Public Sei-v. Co.. gas bill 377.70 Water Fund Stomac Motor Expross. frgt. ._ 92.38 W. W. Sullivan P.M., postage.._ 37.:i* Payroll, payroll 2U2.3V. Frank. Ostrum. labor __129.!)0' Wiillcr Peterson, labor 134.2] Mervin Hcntges, Inbor . 12 50- Heakus Helmers, labor 83.1f> George Weie. labor 46,30 Clarence Helgeson, labor 60.36 r.corge H. Ristau, labor 53.20 James H. Smith, labor 18.37 Iowa State .Bank, withholding tax '14.00 Sofinl Security Fund, see. sec. tax M.75 Len M. Hatcher, services 40H.OO North Central Public Service Co.. gas bill ...--• -. 70.1,'j Deposit Fund Paul McCrea el al. deposit fund 50.00 The Secretary was authorized to make thv necessary arrangements fnr cancellation and renewal of the Work- rm-n's Compensation Insurance Policy. Not meeting cla'f was w! for J.iu- uarv 3, lUfm, at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Meeting adjourned. /S/ Ira Kohl Secretary /S/ C. R. McQuiston President, Pro Tern J/^M^^^ Z 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 There are no half-way measures in this Clearance Sale at Willtjfen Jewelers! That you-.will quickly see if you glance down through ihs representative items below. We are just plain CLEARING from stock hundreds of items, and the sale prices speak for themselves. This is iusi a portion of all the jewelry bargain* you will find RIGHT NOW, and for the next ten days, at Wiltgen Jewelers in Algona. Don't miss out on these wonderful buys — they won't come again soonl Were Were Were LADIES AND MENS .50 NOW 2.95 .95 NOW 3.95 .95 . NOW 5.95 Point PENS 'Ident' LADIES AND MENS Were $5.95 NOW 2.95 Were $8.95 NOW ,3.95 Were $10.95 SvSOW 4.95 WATERMAN'S SAPPHIRE TIP Were $3.75.....-.:... NOW 2.75 OTHE PENS AND PENCILS UP TO ONE-HALF OFF! MEN'S AMD LADIES WRIST WATCHES . EXAMPLES: "Floraine" Imported Tableware & Table Accessories EXAMPLES: Cake Breaker Was $8.00 Now 4.00 Carving Knife __ Was $11.50 ___ Now 5.95 WAS SHAVING'S , FIRST BASIC NATION'S LEADING MAKES! 19.75 175 Pa 8 V EM 21 YEARS... and only Norelco REGULARLY $24.75 Sale ROTARY ELECTRIC SHAVERS TRY A NORELCO ON YOUR WHISKESS TODAY EXAMPLES: 57-Pc. Service For Eight 1847 ROGERS BROS. WAS $116.75 54-Pc. Service For Eight COMMUNITY WAS jB> $113.00 v Cr 56-Pc. Service For Eight HOLMES £ EDWARDS WAS fill Q*| $97.50 <4JvBl/y BILLFOLDS 1 ! Nationally - Known ! Makes Reduced Up To Y2 Off Were $5 Now 2.50 Were 2.50 Now 1.50 All Greatly Reduced ! EXAMPLES: Were 4.95 Now 3.50 Were $10 Now 6.00 Were $15 Now 7.50 These Are Real, Beautiei! COSTUME JEWELRY Necklace-Earrin UP TO CROSSES - MEDALS - ROSARIES SHOP OUR ENTIRE STORE ! Many Oiher S-E-N-S-A-T-I-O-N Bargain; • . . Wcrih A iprcial Trip If Ycu Want To SAVE ?LENTY ! JEWELERS Be Sure and Register At Our Store For The FREE HAMS!
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