The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1956 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 17, 1956
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and aides sBltal lielcT a gdifl for Ftambna. Amfalrt at St, 'Ann lielcT a gdiflg.away party jday after- noon, April-13. Miss Amfahr Is *™ ying u thls •f rldft y f°r Baltimore, Md, where she will take a post' gradual! obufse'in.sWgery; She has bden a surgical nurse here for the'toast thifee years, and was recently 1 > naffied queen of Algona's Cha'Wty Bali, g icll !*f above shows part of the convoy of trucks bringing Purina Chows Ttu « * P£ 2 lk * n ?.M nct on March 13th< Seve 'al railroad cars were also shipped. T« /J5 i, P " O l a Mar £ h D^y 6 " for Pur5na Dealers to sell their 50 Millionth ton •«,i* «i?» i- n * n ?i- lhe m ° n *» #,. Mvc - h ' Over one -* h «d of this feed has been sold in i»^bi i * u e years§ A 738 acre research farm with thousands of head of live- M*« * K % ul fl y smc f 1926 has lold us what ihe anirhar or bird needs. Purina did not build the products and then find a need for them. The products were £«., »! A «r n ^f d W f S found for them< We can hel P vou because we know what I£UJ?«.2 «y* d *° no1 6X P erime n* a* your expense, Mr. Farmer. We have done the experimenting for you. '*e Will Appreciate Your Business" '' V BURT Owned and Operated by Mr. and Mrs. Glee H. Bujloek ' PHONE 95 BURT, IOWA Mrs Elsbecker Rites/ Bancroft BartcfOft .'— Funeral .Services Were held Friday morning in St. John's Church 'here for Mrs Kate' wisbecker at 9:30. Mrs El'sbecker died suddenly at her, farm home Tuesday evening, April .10. The Rev. J.- H. Schiutes officiated • m the services. Mrs Elsbecker is survived .bj two sons and two daughters. They aj-e Alphonse, Walter, Mrs ILoo Hellman and Mrs Floritm 'Helb mon. She was'preceded in'death by her husband and tw\> sons Otto Who died March 11 and Clem Who died in 1954. The pallbsdrers were six grand' sons, sons of Mrs Leo HellmiUi and Mrs Florian Hellman. Garry Funeral Home was in charge oJ Ihfi arrangements. Mrs Elsbecker was buried in St. John's Cemetery. Father Of Seneca Man Succumbs Seneca r- Charles Beaver received word Friday of the death, of his father, II. R. Beaver, 87j hear Estherville. 'The eldeiv ; ;M* Beaver had only been ill with the flu'a few days. Surviving are the widow-and seven sons and five daughters,. _ ' Sons are Charles of Feriton, Merle and Melvin of Esthervillej. Howard of Wallingford, McKinley and Floyd at home, and Lldyd' of California. Daughters are Katy and Hazel of Fort Dodge, Irma of Bertha, Minn., Margaret of Estherville, and Dorothy of Wallingf6rd. Funeral services were held at the 'Christian church at Estherville on Tuesday afternoon. J. M. Fleming ' Is Hospitalized J. M. Fleming, well-known Whittemore hardware dealer, has been a patient at St. Ann hospital since last Wednesday morning. • ', Mr Fleming was suffering, with do you know — that for a store in a city of its size, Graham's Department Store in Algona has one of the larg< reason (See below). has one of the largest hosiery businesses of any store in Iowa? There's a Now Graham •§ Proudly Presents: Featuring FASHION CIRCLE NYLONS STOCKINGS Choose "Fashion Circle Nylons" by Holeproof in spring's newest shades of Parisian Nude, Petal Blush, Charm Beige, and French Taupe — and from the tremendous assortment of numbers listed below: Splendid Service-Weight by Holeproof Si-Gauge, 30 Denier Nylons $1.35 Day-Irt, Day-Out Sheer by Holeproof 51-Gauge, 15 Denier Nylons $1.35 Will Not Run From 1 Thread Snag Holeproof Foil-A-Run Nylons $1.50 Dreamy Ultra-Sheers by Holeproof 51-Gauge, 60 Denier Nylons $1,65 Sheer Clear Flattery by Holeproof 400 Needle Seamless Nylons $1.35 Pelicrfie Beauty for Larger Women Holeproof'Outsize Nylons .- $1.65 A Clamour Stocking by Holeproof Kno-Run Mesh Nylons „..-.. $1.50 Summer's Wonder Stocking by Holeproof Knee^High Sheer Nylons -,-- $1,35 Choice of Knee-High or Regular Nurses White Nylons $1,50 Moulds to the Leg — Fits Sleekly 60-Oauge Stretch Sheers ... $1.65 t'i = Among all Graham department stores in Iowa, Graham's in Algona has Jong held highest honors in the volume of its hosiery business. We have always gone to great effort to have "what the ladies want" in stockings — and our steady and increasing flow of regular stocking customers has repaid us for this effort. This HO^EPROOF promotion, introduced first at Graham's, is an ex, ample of splendid cooperation by the manufacturer. < (jrahams hemorrhstging ulcers when taken ,to the hospital, but has shown marked improvement. It will be accessary for him to remain at ,the hospital for ten'days or two Weeks white he Convalesces. , Julia Bourne In College Recital Norihfieid, Minn.—Julia Hour-1 WANT ADS BRIWG RESULTS ne, sophomore from Algona, will appear in a Student recital, Thursday. April 19 at 8 p.m., in Skinner Memorial Chapel. Miss Bourne wfll accompany Miss Mary Wittmayer who will sing "Silent Noon" by R. V Williams. Miss Bourne is the daugh,- ter of Dr. and Mrs Melvln Bourne, 104 E. Oak Street, Algona. Tuesday, April 17, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Dej Molnai-5 Algona Man In Citizenship Group Andrew Felhauer of Algonn was one of 25 persons who took the oath of allegiance and became a United State citizen in nalurnl- iralion ceremonies held at Fort Dodge last Friday. Mr Folhauer.had been a citizen of Canada. He was the only one of the 25 to be naturalized from this area. DESK BLOTTERS, 19 x 24 and 24 x 38, in several colors. Upper DCS Moines Office Supply Dcpt., Algona. ' ' 5tfn S&L Store Salutes Algona's FIRST ANNUAL HOME SHOW i And we eornpliment the many exhibitors who have spent much time in preparing a most outstanding home show for the people of our community. REPEATING A TERRIFIC SPECIAL! DACRON i FLOCKED PATTERN MARQUISETTE PANELS Marvelously Beautiful Easy To Care For 77 EACH 41 x 81 INCHES THE MAGIC OF DACRON: • White is True While • Sun 'Won't Dim or Harm • Exlra Long Wear • Wilt and Wrinkle Resistant • Little or No Ironing • Faster Drying Than Nylon. • Easy To Wash • No Stretching • No Starching • Drape in Full Graceful Folds • Will Not Shrink A perfect touch of loveliness to, a window. Dazzling white Dacron frosted with dainty floral flocking. Think what they will do for your windows! They're wonderful and so serviceable! Wat-a-set, the original lasting finish keeps them lovelier longer. NYLON PANELS SPECIAL SHARPLY REDUCED EA. Fine, long lasting Du Pont nylon. 41 in. wide, 81 in. long. Easy to care for, no stretching or starching. 3 in. bottom 'hems. spring freshness for your windows at LOW COST! Cafe Curtains Cottqge Sets Tier Curtains YOUR CHOICE ONIY PR. LUSTRON DRAPERIES ONLY i PAIR Glamorous golden overprints, new patterns, new color; in luxury all-rayon. Ready to hang. 72 x 90 in. Tier Curtains of fine nylon marquisette. Double ruffled flounced trimmed with band of sheeting and ric rac., 36 in. long. White with colored trim ................ 1.98 MATCHING VALANCES SI Cafe Curtains in gay new patterns, prints, and solid for every room in the house. "No-iron" poplins, acetate and rayon thick and thin cloth. All are color fast( washable. 36 in. long. ' MATCHING VALANCES --- $1 Collage sets of fine rayon marquisette with three deep flounce ruffles. Double flounce style of permanent finish organdy. Green, rsd, gold, pink or blue --'-. - - - - 1.98 CHENILLE BATH MAT SET 1. S&L LOW PRICED Made of ihic k close-set chenille tufting in a beautiful overlay pattern. Colors to harmonize with most any bath room. Non-skid backs 1.98

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