The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1956 · Page 35
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Tidbits From Evelyn there are those who like parakeets and those who don't, and then there is another group that think they don't like them hut after several days of "bird sitting" they find themselves completely won over. Such is the case of Myrna Orton. She thought a bird was just, another feathered friend that she could do with if he'd stay out in the trees and the great out doors. A couple of weeks of close contact with the Louis Neuhring's "Shortie" has caused a "right about face." Mrs Ncuhring, wife of the Ambrose Call State park custodian, was in DCS Moines a fortnight caring for her father, during which time Myrna in turn cared for "Shortie", and lost her heart to the little fellow. * * * Louis Gade, former Algonan who now lives at Forest City, had planned to spend Sunday at Ames doing some bowling, with these plans in mind, his wife came h'ere to spend from Friday till Sunday evening with her parents, Mr and Mrs A. V. Schweppe. Mrs Gade'is the one who got the little vacation and l.ouie was left much alone at Forest City, the snows having changed his plans completely. Tuesday, January 24, t$S6 Mfldna (la.) Upptf Pe» Moln«»4 WHAT MAKES MEAL A Favorite With Feeders ? ft Top Qualify Ingredients © All The Proper Ingredients • The Results You Always Get • The Plus Factors In This Feed • The Quick and Right Finish You Get 4 Big Meat-Building Supplements All In One Bag — All At One Low Price Taken from a small boy's point of view, the basketball game was lost to Webster City, not. because of the invading team's skill, but the stature of one lad in particular who according to my informer "was so tall, nil he had to do was drop the ball in , the basket." How about having rules that only those of certain height could complete? Or only tall teams could meet tall teams and short teams likewise? * • » Carl Paeiz and his family were creatly grateful that Glenn Harms should choose Carl on whom to make his first call after he had been dismissed from St, Ann. Carl was recently brought home from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, and is still confined to his home. Glenn recently was dismissed from St. Ann. He is making good recovery from a heart attack but 7-nust take things easy for awhile. . * » » My column on my recent university hospital sojourn turned out to be of interest to some persons I just heard from, among theru Mrs Moshpr whose husband is a« cousin of the late Mrs Irvinf Melhus whom I mentioned. Mrs Owen Booth phoned to tell me she is well acquainted with the Mrs Robert Henney I mentioned and since Mrs Booth has boon a Iowa City with ;i daughter who is to soon have oyc surgery, she could go with me, so to speak as I was taken up elevators, clown corridors and into various consulting rooms Mrs William B»u ST. has never succumbed to the house-trailer idea but she is hoping she will be won over by the new twenty- three foot number they recently purchased with Horida as the objective, "When it warms up clown there", she added. It is the smaller, travel type but is complete and compact, living room, bed room, bath, kitchen and all the comforts now necessary, refrigerator, running water, plenty of closet space, etc. Her enthusiasm was dampened years ago when her husband, Howard Plait and — oli. who was Ihe third party — I can't remember — built a house and she ami her husband headed for Canada. Roads were not what they are now and they gave up tlie iilea and settled for a spot in Minnesota after struggling with bad roads a lew miles. On Sale Also At Algona Flour & Feed Co. Sargent & Co "Makers of Famous Sargent Feeds" The trailer is parked near the home and Mrs Dau says each time she inspects it she finds some new thing to admire. Having begun to fall in love with it is a good omen for a very pleasant vacation. The primary reason for buying it wir- in order to have meals as they want them. Both arc troubled with digestive ailments and the ordinary restaurant Ccod;- are upsetting. • * * • ~-» The morning mail brought me several letters, one from Mrs Don Mertz, nee Drusilla Coughlin, of Grand Island, Neb. She told me she and her mother who i? spending the winter with her. had missed my "Tidbits" the t\vo Weeks I was "vacationing" at Iowa City. Thank you ladies, for your kind remarks. Do ^oVj know. I was glad to get back oh the job. It is nice to know I was missed. Mrs Coughlin was 85 January 4 and two parties which she thoroughly enjoyed were given for her. Enclosed was o typed Christmas letter, a copy of which they had sent to various friends at the holiday season. Taking their activities by months, in January '55 Mr and Mrs Mertz attended a stock show at Denver, Colo. (Mr Mertz is a livestock buyer, hence his interest) Come spring, they helped the daughter Dianne get ready for the Minnesota Palomino Horse Shows at New Ulm, Minn. Dianne won a second. In May Donna was graduated, one of a claSs of 375 and was named to the National Honor Society as Well as Honorable Mention for Regent, Scholarship. In the fall Donna entered the Unl- versitv of Nebi aska and was pledged Alpha Phi. * * • * A ravel from the Abner Lonq? ?nd thcv have landed at Phoenix. An/., for the winter. I don't rav he i" the world's worst written but I'll go so far as to say he is ONE of them. So till I can check with other friends I don'1 know whether lie and Blanche o'rr PC Picadilly Road. Picalilly. Posedilly—anyhow it's a DILLY of some sort. A * Todsy we will finish the last morsel of pheasant left in deep frce/e since last hunting time. How food it was and think of not beintf able 'to have anymore till next season. Oh hum! * # « Some day when I have time I'm going to make- little tabs with the new lettering arrangement and see how they work on the typewriter. This is a poorly worded explanation of what I mean to do—What I mean is I'll place the tabs as shown in a picture, on the keys' of my machine and sec if the lettering is easier to ooerate. See how much more speed I can pick up. And now lo close 1896—W. H. Conner hns rented a house in Wheaton. 111., 25 miles out of Chicago r>nd will move with family as soon a-; he can around to it. Aigona will regret to lose so excellent a family. He has no present intention of engaging in business. And a few items of June, 1900. A marriage license was issued to Charts Morris and Minnie Krueger, of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs F. \V. Dingley were visitors among friends in DCS ?A'oiner, last week. returning home Saturdc.y. . News Chevrolet Introduces New Trucks his get Headed by a newly developed automatic trans-1 provements marks the new Chevrolet trucks. The mission, tubcless tires and more powerful six- nnd above balf-ton pickup typifies the styling, visi- cight-cylinder engines, an impressive list of im-1 bility and convenience of the ]9afa line. Them In Progress a;- Bjustrom's Algona Postal Receipts Up 8% r Ask Us All About The New Powermatic Transmission A 195B Chevrolet exclusive in the Iruck field, the Powermatic is a heavy-duty automatic six-spsed transmission which opens up new avenues of safely, simplicity and control in heavy transportation. Effective at all driving ranges, the unit automatically determines a shift schedule according lo load, speed, grade and other factors. While it automatically performs these functions over the roughest on-or-off highway terrain, the unit may also be manually shifted by ths driver in Ihree specialised ranges. Because of its built-in safely device called the hydraulic relarder, the Pow- ermalic offers Iruck drivers greater control than ever over heavily loaded vehicles. At the touch of a fo.ot pedal, the relarder slows the vehicle smoothly, augmenting engine braking creatly. Come Friday and get acquainted with these new 1956 trucks — we'll have 'om et Kossulh Motor Co. — rnd we'll be glad lo show you around and explain it J all! - 6-Speed Automatic Transmissions Head List Of New Features Visitors lo Kossulh Motor Co. in Algona next Friday will behold a new 1956 truck line — "Task Force Trucks" — that represent the latest in truck body and engine design. The new vehicles are the '56 Chevrolet truck line — on display for the first lime this week locally. < An exclusive six-speed automatic transmission that promises everything in safety and vehicular control le?ds ihs'Jist of "what's new' in ths 1956 Chevrolet trucks. This n«w Powsrmalic six-speed unit is offered on 15 models in the two- tone croup- Also, a new heavy-duty manual shift transmission is available on 17 two-tone models. Tubeiess tires are now standard equipment on all models, assuring greater safely, reduced weight and longer wear. Wheel mountings are improved for Iwo-lone models. • Also, you'll see re-designed interiors for driver comfort —• that also add a whale of a lot lo the exterior appearance of a truck! In fact, you'll sec the whole new truck picture when you visit Kossulh. Motor Co. Friday 1 •MBMMMHMM^MM^MMMMMMMMnMMV^MHMI^MM^^HMf * We'll Have oji Display The Sweet New 1 1/2 ton Pickup Also Larger Trucks Kbssuth Motor Co. Algona, Iowa *•- New Chevrolet Task-Force Trucks for '56! Total po.-'tal receipts for 195ii in Algonii shewed an increase of eight percent over 1954, according to figures released this wed', by Algona Postmaster W. V/ Sullivan. The $94,(>!»>.7(> taken in through .sides of stamp ; . box rental.-! and variou 1 -' postal charges, set a new all-time hi c ;h locally, surpassing las! year's previous high total ot $07,973,25 by 8(5,71,1.51. The amount of increase in business; duplicated the raise from 11.153 to 1954, almost, exactly. ''Christmas cancellations", figured from Dec. \'l to 23 thi- yo-ar, totaled 173,000. and did not include approximately 5.000 pieces per day of meter mail, or a tremendous amount of mail sent lieu: by 17 "trapping' 1 post officers in this area. K.xact tola! number of pieces woj|-;ed is not known, but it was far inoi". 1 thai: in 1(154. Slatistics from 1937 indicate th- .Vo'.vth nf the Ic.c.d office. Dili ini-' thai fiscal venr. 1 !•..'• !'•<• -d T ti BJUSTROM'S JANUARY MATTRESS SALE IS NOW IN FULL SWING. Here's your chance to Save SSS. Top-quality BURTON- DIXIE mallresses with 220 coils . wish beautiful licking and Japed edge with inner roll. These fine mallressos regularly sell for S59.50. Match units—each only— BUY ON OUR EASY TERMS rv E STABLI SHED Total business in Deeoinbci. !<)".>. ".'as ?;i:!.3'!3 '.I'. 1 .. c.,')i|>are,l \v>th Sl:'>.711? Hi in 1954. There wa : ' i i MKTcasu in pjsta! rale.} iuriii-' ! 1955. ! Births Same, As | Divorces Rise j Ylt'il :-! mi .sties. inclU'din'4 biitl'.- : fMnu.-hel no cause for ,m'e:,' I .darn, miring 1955 in K<-- u' ! . • Co'inlv. acc'il'dii:.^ to fij.'.U : e.- . I '(•'• !( i~"d by Counts' Cleik Aim'. P 1 .1 -.i ^'i this week. I'el ci-.'H :i;;e-W:Se, rli\'oi'c(-.-. Jji"- ',"' i-d i ii e iMe.ii <-sl iiu ; i-.^-i • Fit'tc'n n-i.-u'riag-:--. •.'.•ere dis.-olvi i • I il> 'I •-: i ! I55. ci i !!pai e i \ ':! h 1 '.'. M.IM .r.'''.i.'-l!l!'..' i', ,'1 fii|.. fl • " :• c i: p.,: ' on of on-;' 1 ' ; !•!:•: - •'! ." ' .• • :• ,'nne ini .' rn-i i.: •i.e iie^.:: .', , !::e ii;l|i , ^ f.fl' ,pi'in:; ! .. i yt-ar 5ti. II:.;i•: ! :i- iiind \:\ I'L' I!:.- Ks W:t:: •!•: M ; .vitii -i . Mid H--- \\ itl'i 40. 7; ei'. ! '.'.\';'e ii:i."• .-.'.;! Mjirl [;.^ d'i:H:; 1 , ;' '•] -.'''tii.-:. K:x i e i !o i; ii-'.. 1 7'>. o, .\:, |-, ; Now there are more reasons than ever why anything less is an old-fashioned truck! An automatic transmission for every series! A super-efficient, short- stroke V8 for every model! Higher powered, higher compression 6's! New/ higher capacity! Come in and see all the new things that'll whittle down hauling time and slice your costs! New '56 Chevrolet trucks briiiii you new power a short-btroku VS :i: Inr every model, and higher compre-^ion 6's that pack a bigger power piiueli than ever! And >ou can haul hi^er Ioad>! Tiiese new Ctievrolet truck•> arc rated tip to a hefty 19,500-lb. Ci.V.W. 1 hen there's an autniuatie trans- Illi^sion for every series -- a \\ icier ranjc of Hydra-Maliet models, plus I'ov.ennatiet, a new M\-specd lieavy- duiy automalie. C'ome in and look 'em over! Fast Facts About New '56 Task-Force Trucks A Modern, Short-Stroke V8 for Every Model • More Powerful Valve-in- Head Sixes • An Automatic Drive for Every Series • New Five-Speed Syn- chro-Mesh Transmission! • High-level Ventilation • Concealed Safety Steps Tubeless Tires, Standard on All Models Fresh, Functional Work Styling. * I'.V \laihLuJ in I ('/•'. inodi'ls, an c\tra~ ci' [ ./ t>i>::»n in all others. iOpliuiiul at c.\ira CUM in a wide range oj tnvdeli. MOTOR CO. SOUTHVVEST OF COURTHOUSE SQUARE PHONE

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