The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1956 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1956
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i->Ale6iia &« Molnw Tutttltiy, 14, 19S6 LOCALS Mf and Mts Pela Halsrud had their Son arid daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Keith Halsrud arid family of Mason City as dinner guests Sunday. Mts Andrew Hamen had as guests Sunday Frances Wright and Hazel Brooks, of Eagle Grove;". Miss Wright is a former resident here and classmate of Mrs Hansen. Karen Kay, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milo F. KqUasch and Donald Lawrence, son of Mr and Mrs Charles E. Elbert were baptized last week' Sunday in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Mr and Mrs Harry Cutler spent Sunday at Storm Lake with Mrs Cutler's parents, Mr and Mrs C. T. Wilson. Enroute home they stopped a,t Sioux Rapids to visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Walter Connor. M» Lorean Brown has relum- ed from near Boston, Mass., where she had • spent several weeks' With her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and: Mrs Walter F. Greenwood. She made the trip via plane. Mr and MM William Ankers bauer were visited over the weekend by their, son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Wolf, of Palmer and the son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs William Ankehbauer Jr. of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Floyd Turner were visited last week by thelv daughter Ruby, Mrs Edward Boyce of Des Moines. Mrs Turner, Mrs Boyce and the formers grandson Bobbie Appel went to Sheldon to 'visit Mr and Mrs Cornelius DeKruif, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs Turner. This was a farewell visit for Mrs Boyce as she left soon afterward for 'Toronto, Can., to join her husband who has accepted a losition with an insurance company. '•'•,. Those of 81, Cee'elia's academy who toqk part in,the. State;con-: ests held at LuVerne, Feb. 8j were Rosemary, Kramer and Grace McEvoy, oratorical; Jean iall, Arisen Ludwig and Karla £necht, dramatic; Joan Becker. lUmorous; Ronald Briggs and Molly Sullivan, interpertlve reading; Bob McMahon, original oratory; tieanna Bebo and Bob McMahon, radio speaking. A one act play was given, the cast being Ronald Briggs, Pat Duffy, Tom; Kinsey, Jim Lichter, Cecil Schil- moeller, Merlin Schumacher with sound effects and Ifghtlng by Dick Ristau. - The students were given a one fating find Will go on to the sub-district contest. FdUV'Schdbls 'tcM p" att grid 'Ol twerity'-ratlhgs', St. Cecelia's ten..'.' •..'.,,-'..'•".'' '' . .V Ddy Clinic, l$f€ Algeria high school was represented by a delegation of 28 girls at a play day t sponsored by the juniQr physical, education majors at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls; Saturday, : K The local representatives won all six starts during the day. Algona volleyball "' were over Ackley, 21-8, and Vinton, 1B-8, while the basketball team downed Marion, 14-2, Iowa Falls, 19-11, New^Hampton, 12-8, and Marion, 16-2. High: scored for Algona was Lorelie Rupp with 20 points ih two games. Miss Papousek ac<i6mpanied the athletes to Cedar Falls. Those; making the trip .included Mar-, ilyn Meyer, JoAnn Warmble^ Cheryl VanderWaal, Connie; Drone, , Lorelie . Hupp,, Sandra; Shumway, Darlehe Ramus, Pat Ferris, Carol Hayes, Edith Ghris-s tensen, Sandra Rich, Alice Smitfy Judy Lowman, Beverly Ringsdorf, Margaret Gade, Virginia ._„... , Kickbush, Linda Smith, Sue La- victories Barre, Patti Hedlund, Sue Hut- chinson, Karen Helmers, Mau< reen Roepke, Sue Sprague, Elaine Sransdn, Carol Shore and Mafi« bel Kaln. : . .;_ •••' / St. Benedict The Philip .Arn'dorler-iamil^. spent Wednesday evening At .the; Julie' and Helen" McEnroe home. Mrs Lawrence Hutching and day-; ghtery son-in-law and grandson, Sbn, Mr and Mrs 0, E. Mentzer 1 and Lawrence, were spending tHat night and the following at this home before their departure: to jMt. Pleasant, 'Midi. They; were dinner guests at the Me-; Enroe'hbme the night we were Mrs Pbn n's ren Mr' aM *&£& |hls makes a family of. four, f Ntrt John Preuschl ha<* tW St. 86rledlct card club at her home, ZENDER'S OFFERS YOU THE WANTED 1,OOO USED TIRES for Retreading We'll give you. For Dollar Days - Thurs., Fri., & Sat Only "Shapely" Pink OUT THEY GO! Dress Shirts -1.95 Sizes 14 to 15V* Collar. All French Cuffs. $3.98 Value! iiiiniiipiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim Boy's SPORT SHIRT TO Broken sizes in all fabrics — f 1 a nnels, knits, long sleeves. Sizes 6-20. Values io $3.95. SPECIAL TABLE! Men's Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS . Long "| 95 Boy's Jackets - OFF A few of these left in several sizes and styles. Now clearing the decks in one final markdown. ODD LOT - Boys' Sweaters . 2.49 Men's Winter Jackets Some of our lop quality jackets in the popular styles and fabrics are now going for this low, low price. Fur collars, cloth collars, gabardines, plaids, checks, plains. Values to $27.50. Everythings Goes - To Clear The Deck For New Spring Merchandise! Where Quality Is Always Inexpensive PER TIRE' TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON 5OO ^Providing your fire is recappable S E E H O W M U G H YO U , . _ ;; ... •.'•;'.-.:,''•' '•.& • "'•,.»-." - .' y ' ' , ' . ' SAVE! 1 TUBELESS NYLON Black Sidewall 6 40-15 670-15 7.10-15 7 60-15 8 00-15 8.20-15 .. We'll Allow You $10.25 . 10.80 11.85 12.99 .. 14.44 14.98 Whits Sidewall 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 8.00-15 :.... 8.20-15 We'll Allow You $12.56 13.24 14.49 15.93 17.70 18.34 TUBE TYPE NYLON 6 40-15 6 70-15 710-15 7 60-15 8 00-15 8.20-15 .. Above . . $ 7.48 7.85 8.69 9.50 10.44 10.88 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 ,... 8.00-15 8.20-15 .... allowances apply on brand new $ 9.16 9.61 10.64 11.64 12.79 13.33 1955 tire* Our sale of Firestone New Treads has depleted our inventories. We need to build new stocks to meet the terrific demand. So for a limited i time only we are offering this tremendouf trade-in on famous Firestone All-Nylon "500/' tires. If you need new tires, come in today for the BIGGEST SAVINGS OF THE YEAR. Fdb. 14. K luftda; M 5?™ if:h!Mfi'K4*«T-<-K if ipt*«M'i inTOrthi^WM' •SbKSit* O»B BK(EAI Get Your Free Tickets for the Big Stage Show COMING FRIPAY, MARCH % AT THE ALGONA THEATRE - and, Bradley fto* «ue This Big Stage Show Is Being Brought Here By "farm * Home" end the Upper P» Mo Come in and Get FREE Tickets From Us Now! ; •^•^nB •!•••• l^l ^HMi^lHHB ^9H^^ ^^^f HpPHP MM ^Vi^^ ^mHr ^^^^^^^^^w^^^"^ ^^W^^WB^ ^WMP^ ^^W^^^ ^^mgljF^ ^^^fj^p (sia^t'ig^^^w .1^.1.14... ^•^•^•B ^ ^PI^WP M I I 116 So. Thorington YQUR FIRESJPNi DEALER On Sale Wednesday & Thursday AT CONSUMERS SUPER-MARKET •••^••••••••-^ Young Beef Cut and Wrapped FREE SALE All Ready For Your Locker We Are Proud to Sell This Fine BEEF Fronts Lb. Hinds Lb. ALL SELECT CUTS CUDAHY'S FANCY BEEF ROAST, Ib. CUDAHff f F/&CY ROUND OR SWISS Steak Ib. 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