The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1956 · Page 8
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinw Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1956 Lone Rock PWO Has Election Lone Rock—Lone R«;'k PAV.O. Hoot land of Lakota in charge of met Thursday at tin.' church with > the latter part of the program. HI members 'and four guests pn-| Mrs Heetland is the Presbyterian .-(Tit. iVvutions \ve: c .eiven by i Social Education in Action Mis ('. E. NordiiH' \vitli Mrs Jerry I Secretary. NOVEMBER SPECIAL STAINLESS STEEl Steak Knife Set • Six stainless steel knives, o Hollow ground 5" blades. • Serrated edges for easy cutting. • Long life rosewood handles. • Attractive blue vinyl case. Offer good wh/7e supply REGULAR VALUE Kohlhaas Hardware Ed and Pat Cullen OUR OWN HARDWARE Copper-and-spice and everything nice in this smart, slim RCA WHIRLPOOL Holds a quarter-ton of food yet it's only 29^" wide! Smartest freezer we've ever ottered—gleaming white out- gide.copper-und-.spk-ei aside, clean and uncluttered design. Also themo.-t efik'ient. by far - because RCA WHIRLPOOL captures (and holds) the very peak of flavor. Flavor doesn't change because temperature doesn't vary more than 2'. Come in and look over our new RCA WHIRLPOOL freezers right now. See how you can buy irejh foods in quantity, in season, and save, save, save! Has the famous International Harvester Features Which Was The Biggest Seller of Them All SEE US FOR THE BEST DEAL IN TOWN ! ALGONA IMPLEMENT A report was given by the nominating committee and the three new c-ircle leaders are Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom and Mrs Clarence Martin. Mrs E. M. Jensen was appointed pn the nominating committee in place of Mrs Don Houck. Ne\v officers for the coming year are President, Mrs Ronald Christenson; Mrs Milton Madison, vice chairman; Mrs Herman Kramer, second vice; secretary, Mrs Emma Hurlburt; treasurer, Mrs Ruth Krueger. Next meeting will he the installation of officers and recognition of new members. Mrs Franka Schadendorf of Lakota, Mrs Lawrence Pinyel, Miss Kathryn Kischer and Miss Klorence Yager were guests. Idle Hour Club The Idle Hour club met last Thursday at the home of Mrs Albert Shaser with Mrs Dale Scnroeder assisting. Entertainment was provided by Mrs Dave Weber. Prizes were won by Mrs Ed Thigges , Mrs Wallace Mc- Arlhur and Mrs James Cody. Plans were made to have a card party, Nov. 24th at. the home of Mrs Fred Thigges. Lunch was served to twenty- one members and one guest. Mrs Henry Kueck visited in Des Moines last week from Thursday till Monday with her children and their families, Mr and Mrs E. H. Mitt-ag and Mr and Mrs Melvin Kueck. American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, Nov. 7, in the evening for pot luck supper and Bazaar. Hostesses will be Mesdames James Long. Sieb Be j hrcnds. Jesse Bhmchard and Lois Voettler. Halloween parties were held at the school. Wednesday, with the kindergarten through third grades having their parties in the afternoon in their rooms; fourth through eighth grades in the gym from 7:30-9:30. High school grades had their party in the hut lunch room in the evening also. Entertainment was dancing and cards were played. Treats were provided by the Community Club. Lone Rock basketball teams played in the jamboree Lit Whitlemore Monday evening. Lone Hock played its first home game Tuesday evening. They played Ledyard. W. E. Dittmer of Broukings, South Dakota visited Sunday and Monday with Mrs Florence Schrader. He also called at Burt. Mrs Fhvllis Enquist and children of Des Moines visited at the Schrader home Wednesday afternoon. She was on her way to Spirit Lake to spend a few days with her mother. Mrs Lillian Haack. Mrs H. E. Morgan of Algonn spent Tuesday and Wednesday of last week of the W. J. Cotton home. Thursday evening dinner guests at the W. G. Fluig home were Mr and Mrs Fred Meyer of Algona and Mr and Mrs Max Flaig. Mr and Mrs Max Flaig left Friday for Norfolk. Va. where Max will be stationed. Mr and Mrs Carl Peterson visited last weekend at Creston, la. and Diagonal, la. Mrs Leslie Johnson who was head of the. recent drive tor Iowa Children's Home Society at Lone Rock reports a total of $56.30 collected. Those helping with the drive were Mrs Leslie Johnson, Mrs Jesse Blanchard, Mrs Roy Merchant, Mrs James Marlow and Mrs Clarence Kraft. Callers lust Wednesday evening at the Henry Kueck home to help him celebrate his birth- day were Mr and Mrs George Meyer. Mrs Mathilda Meyer, Mf$ Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs Elsworth Heidemvith, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenvvith, all of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollum of Alsona, Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen of Seneca. Five Hundred was played with pri/es going to Mrs Gerald Ollum and Herman Voigt for high. Low to Mrs Mathilda Meyer and Gerald Ollum. Plate prixe was won by Mrs Herman Voigt. 3 Ribs Broken In Corn Picking Farm Mishap Swea & Eagle—Wallace Dawson of Dunnell suffered a painful accident while corn picking on his farm week ago Saturday. He was unloading at the elevator when the tumbling rod broke and struck him on the side breaking 3 ribs. He spent a few days at the hospital. Wallace is a son-in-law of Mr and Mrs Merlon Roalson. The Roalsons kept the Dawson's small son several davs. Mr and Mrs Walter Klocke, have word their son, Arnold is now stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado. Pvt. Jvlerlyn M. Krosch, son of Mr and Mrs Maynard Kiosch and Pvt, Gerald S. Pederson, son of Mr and Mrs Soren Pederson. began training recently at Fort Leonard Wood. you can give the precious GIFT OF HEARING! the liny, full-powered highett quality 4-TRANSISTOR 50-X HEARING A§D Imagine...this Christjnas >ou can give a friend or loved one a rcady-to-enjoy, easy-to-wear Zenith Hearing Ajd for only S50! Finest quality... backed by nn iron-clad 10-day money-back guarantee of full satisfaction 1 '. Powered by no less than 4 wonder transistors, yet it's so small, so light it can be worn behind a man's necktie or in a woman'* hair. Operates for about 10< a week. Vv'bat liner gift to express your sincere best wishes for a happy, complete life! [Gpecial Christmas Trial Offer Buy a 50-X (or any ol Zenith's complete line of highest-quality hearing aids) lor a eilt before Christmas -whenever it's most convenient. The recipient will enjoy a lull 10-d.iy tri.il period beginning on Christmas Day... he must be completely satisfied or your money will be refunded promptly under our 10-Day Money-Back Guarantee! By makers of famous Zenith JV and Radios RUSK DRUG Zenith Hearing Aid Specialists Phont 52 Co»"iia>ci(il RE-ELECT Henry Scheppmann INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR FIRST DISTRICT Supervisor YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED General Election, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1956. How to Vote Independent for HENRY SCHEPPMANN O Republican n Eisenhower O Independent O Democratic ['] Stevenson ; Hiekenlooper p Evans ["• (Other state eandidate» here) Hoegh ."• Loveless " Duane E. Dewel ' ' Uidmit (Oilier district and ruiinty candidate.-: .ippear heroi. For Supeivisur Candidate CandidaU Henry Scheppmann Road Building Record During Scheppmann's Eight Years Service as Supervisor of The First District 1. 134 miles ol grading to permanent grade in Schepp- mann's district. 2. 157 miles oi graveling in Scheppmann's district. 3. 52 miles of stabilized base in Scheppmann's district. 4. 48 miles of black-top in Scheppmann's district. There are MORE MILES of black-top in this district of seven townships than in ALL of the FIVE COUNTIES adjoining Kossuth ! (1 :• n 4, • • Mo. The young men are all from Grunt township. Bobby, small son of Mr and Mis Kenneth Patterson, underwent tonsillectomy at Holy Family hospital, E s t h e r v i 11 e, Thursday. Mr and Mrs Floyd J. McCoy of Ames visited last week at the home of their son, Leon McCoy an;l his family. Sp.-3 Donald Limn is visiting his aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Fivd Selberg. Donald has just completed hi.s two years of service with the if 2nd airborne division, spending the greater part of his service at Fort Bragg, N. C. Mrs Hazel Nelson of Minneapolis returned home Wednesday after a week's visit here at her brother and his wife, Mr and Mrs W. C. Peterson. Mesdames William Thompson, Truman, Johnson, George Nelson, Glenn Curtis, A. J. Bilsborough, Hena llaglund drove to Sleepy Eye, Minn. Wednedsay to spend the day with their friend, Mrs Charles Bier. Mr and Mrs Theon Williams of Jackson, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Merton Roalson. The Williams' daughter is married to Roslson's son Richard. The couple live in California near L6S Angeles. The parents called the Richard Roalsons by telephone in the afternoon. In Air Society De< Moines— Kirk Hayes, Algona, Iowa, was recently Initiated into the Drake University Arnold Air Society. The Society IS for Drake men in the Advanced ROTC program. Hayes is a junior in the Drake college -of liberal arts. To SUI Hospital By Ambulance .Craft, daughter of Mr and Mrs' Don traft of Algotta, was taken to Iowa City Saturday, Nov. 3, by ambulance. She was accompanied by her mother who will stay with her. Debra will undergo further lab tests and examinations In an attempt to diagnose her exact cause of sickness. She has been a patient there previously , but no final decisions could be reached following preliminary tests. Boisford's Giant Pre-Inventory WATERPROOF PAINT WEATHERMAN— REG. $1.25 VALUE ONLY 65c WATERPROOF PAINT ARMOUR COAT—REG. $4.75 VALUE 10 IBS. NOW ONLY $3.50 CKEAM, GI1AY, GREEN, BLUE & WHITE PAINT BRUSHES ROLLERS 33 1/3 % OFF! OUPONT PAINT All Good Paint from Regular Stock. White House Paint Not Included. 25% OFF! Special Quantity DISCOUNT ON HOUSE PAINT LUMBER SPECIALS! 2xi"-S % 65c Each 2xG"-8' ----- 95c Each Ix8"-10' Shiplap 90c Each 1 1" 1x1' Hardboard Underlayment NOW ONLY $1.11 EACH FIR PLYWOOD BUYS! '," 1x8' Good, Side $3.85 5/6" -1x8' Rough $3.50 DOOR HINGESTHinrr__ NOW 95c 1'r. Passage DOOR LATCHES NOW $2 Pr. POWER & HAND 15% OFF -HARDWARE -- SPECIAL PRICES! SNEETROCK BARGAINS! TAPE & JOINT SYSTEM—250' PKG. RC-K. S-1.50 Value—NOW S3.00 TOPPING CEMENT FOR SHEETROCK Rc«-. $3.50 Value—NOW $2.00 '/,"-1x8' SHEETROCK—Res. §2.21 Each NOW $1.60 EACH REDUCED BARN SSSH PRICES! ALL SIZES & SHAPES (Example)—8x10-1 SIZE REGULAR $2.60 VALUE NOW 1.751 SLASHED ON DOORS! Stationery Screw—Were $17.00 NOW S 12.00 COMBINATION DOORS Wood, With Metal Insert. Were $28.00 NOW ONLY $20.00 COMBINATION DOORS 3-pc. Wood—$18.50 Value NOW ONLY $15.50 2-PANEL FIR DOORS IV Inside House Doors, New, Standard Sizes. Were $10.50. NOW ONLY $5 EACH HOLLOW-GORE BIRCH 1-3/8" SLAB DOORS All Sizes, New Reg. Stock. 2'xfi/8—Were $12.90. NOW ONLY $7.50 2/lxfi/8 $10.00 2/fixfiAS $10.50 METAL COMBINATION DOORS — NOW ONLY $40.09 © ['i;!CK COMPLETE WITH HARDWARE • NATIONALLY ADVERTISED 9 $17.75 VALUE COMBINATION DOOR HARDWARE SET--NOW ONLY $2.50 INCLUDES HINGES — HANDLE — SPRING & CHAIN STOP BIRCH DOOR TRIM Per Side — 2 Side Pieces and 1 ilcud Piece $4.00 BIRCH JNSIOE JAMB NOW ONLY $11.40 STORM SASH REDUCTIONS! NOW $2 EACH 1 1/8"—New—Most Sizes. Were $6 Up --_ SCREEN PRICES SLASHED! 8"—.New. Wore $5.00 Up NOW $1.58 EACH W0@3 BASEMENT UNITS Complete with Storm Sa?h and Scree!!. 32"xl(i". Open- iny Sizes. Hey. 3lUi(i. 11.75 CHECK RAIL (HOUSE) WINDOWS 1 Lot—All New with Glass, Complete. Formerly $7.50 & Up. EACH 4.00 FORD LUMBER C ALCONA

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