The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1956 · Page 31
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 31

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 17, 1956
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Honor Ramona Amfahr Nurses and aides at St. Anft hospital held a gqlftg-away party y, — ----., „ ci^7 m> *ra. *• T » "«? jrf*»». fcj for Ramona AmfaM Friday after- noon, April 13. Miss Amfahf is leaving this Friday for BaltimBffe, Md. frhere she will take a post^ graduate dourse in surgery. •. She has been a surgical nurse here for the-past three years, and was re^ tfetitly ftamed queen of. Algeria's Ghatity Ball. Mrs Elibtcker Bancroft Bancroft a»s Funeral services were held Friday morning in St. John's Church here for Mr3 Kate c-isoecker at 9:30. "Mrs Elsbecker died suddenly at her farm home Tuesday evening; April 10. The Rev. .1. H-. Schuites olfitoated at the services. Mrs Elsbecker is survived bj two sons and two daughters. They arc Alphonse, Walter, Mi's Lc( Hellman and Mrs Florian ttell- man. She was preceded in death by her husband and two son; Otto who died March 1 1 and Clem who died in 1954. The pallbearers were six grand sons, sons of Mrs Leo Hellmar, and Mrs Fiorian Hellman. Garrj Funeral Home was in charge oi the arrangements. Mrs Els becker was buried in St. John':Cemetery. homorrhaging ulcers When taken to the hospital, but has shown marked improvement. It will be necessary for him to remain at the hospital for ten days oi two weeks while he convalesces. Julia Bourne In College Recital NorlhfieM, Minn,—Julia Bour- ne, Sophomore from Algona, will appear in & student recital, Thursday, April 19 at 6 p.m., in Misg Bottfhe will accompany Mtss Mary Wittmayer who will sing "Stteht Moon" by R. V Williams. Miss Bournfe is the daughter 'Of Dr. and Mrs Melvin Bourne, 104 E. Oak Street, Algona. WANT ADS BfclHG RESULTS Tuctday, April 1 7, 1 »S6 Algono (lo.) Upper Oat M«!ft«i--5 Algona Man In Citizenship Group Andrew Felhauer of Algona was one of 25 persons who took the oath of allegiance and became a United State citizen in naturalization ceremonies held at Fort Dodge last Friday. Mr Felhauer had been a citizen of Canada. Me was the on'y one of the 25 to be ftStiifalized from this area. DESK BLOTTERS, 13 X 24 and' 24 x 38. in several colors. Upper DOS Moines Office Supply Dept., Algona. Stiff! The picture above shows part of the convoy of trucks bringing Purina Chows into the Ferguson Dittriftl on March 13fh. Several railroad cats were also shipped. This was part of a "March Drive" for Purina Dealers to sell their SO Millionth ton of feed duxing the month of March. Over one-third of this feed has been sold in just the last five years. A 738 acre research farm with thousands of head of livestock and poultry since 1926 has told us what the animal or bird needs. Purina did not build the products and then find a 'need for them. The products were built as the need was found for fhem. We can help you because we know what you need. We do not experiment at your expense, Mr. Farmer. We have done the experimenting for you. "We Will Appreciate Your Business" BURT PRODUCE Owned and Operated by Mr. and Mrs. Glee H. Bullock PHONE 95 * BURT, IOWA Father Of Seneca Man Succumbs Seneca — Charles Beaver received word Friday of the death of his father, H. R. Beaver, 87. near Esthervillc. The elder 'Mr'; 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 Fentoh. Merle and Melvin of Estherville, Howard of Wallingford, McKinley and Floyd at home, and Lloyd of California. Daughters ore Katy and Hazel of Fort Dodge, Irma of Bertha, Minn., Margaret of Estherville, and Dorothy of Wallingford. , 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 i!!llinillllllll|l|!||l!|l!l|||!||!|||||||!W do you know — that for a store in a city of its size, Graham's Department Store in Algona has one of the largest hosiery businesses of any store in Iowa? There's a reason (See below). * Now Graham's Proudly Presents: 1956 HOLEPROOF FESTIVAL' Featuring FASHION CIRCLE NYLONS = STOCKINGS Owfc -thai-Stop cutc&d! 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: 1 Splendid Service-Weight by Holeproof I 51-Gauge, 30 Denier Nylons 1 Day-In, Day-Out Sheer by Holeproof 1 51-Gauge, 15 Denier Nylons § Will Not Run From 1 Thread Snag | Holeproof Foil-A-Run Nylons 1 Dreamy Ultra-Sheers by Holeproof | 51-Gauge, 60 Denier Nylons 1 Sheer Clear Flattery by Holeproof | 400 Needle Seamless Nylons 1 Delicate Beauty for Larger Women | Holeproof Outsize Nylons -- 1 A Glamour Slocking by Holeproof | Kno-Run Mesh Nylons 1 Summer's Wonder Stocking by Holeproof | Knee-High Sheer Nylons 1 Choice of Knee-High or Regular | Nurses White Nylons § Moulds to the Leg — Fits Sleekly | 60-Gauge Stretch Sheers .... $1.35 $1,35 $1.50 $1.65 $1.35 « $1.65 $1.50 $1.35 $1.50 $1.65 ( l Among all Graham department stores in Iowa, Graham's in Al- gcna has long held highest honors in the volume of ils hosiery business. We have always gone io 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 HOLEPROOF promolion. introduced first at Graham's, is an example of splendid cooperation by the manufacturer. ra h a n i s S&L Store Salutes Algona V FIRST ANNUAL HOME SHIOW 4 And we compliment the many exhibitors who have spent.much time in preparing a most outstanding home show for the people of immunity. our co REPEATING A TERRIFIC SPECIAL! DACRON FLOCKED PATTERN MARQUISETTE PANELS Marvelously Beautiful Easy To Care For 41 x 81 INCHES THE MAGIC OF DACRON; • White is True While • Sun Won't Dim or Harm • Extra 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 whit* 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. > • f * ; 4 « f * , H : .. : ; l 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. «r a spring freshness for your windows at LOW COST! 1 Cafe Curtains 1 Cottage Sets 1 Tier Curtains YOUR CHOICE ONLY PR. LUSTRON DRAPERIES ONLY i. PAIR Glamorous golden overprints, new patterns, new colors 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 rig rac. 36 in. long. White with colored trim 1.98 MATCHING VALANCES $1 Cafe Curtains in gay new patterns, prints, and solid for every room in the house. "No-iron" poplins, acetate and „_,,_-,, rayon thick and thin cloth. AH are College sets of fine rayon marquisette wi$h three color fast( washable. 36 in. long. dee-p flounce ruffles. Double flounce style of per* ' manent finish organdy. Green, red, gold, pinfe or MATCHING VALANCES $ l blue 1.98 CHENILLE BATH MAT SET 1.98 $ & L LOW PRICED Made of thick 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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