The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1966 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 15, 1966
Page 12
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IJ-Alflono, pa.) U PP «r Ptt Mofem RADISH Nov. IS 1966 Aw^ssS ftrsS And wises *^: cm n.AjUvin -MK.sja u«>a *«»; «w«^u in^. Jesse Resenberjer o{ Rein. Ort<**r *». B» r*dufc **u? beck planted a radisfc se*d at * * 4 ?«»«». KEN! FHMWBim PIESSEI ALLfiQTTON! VAN H t Vamromw nhtt tt nemmngmiv nrvnwS tt» Biy It h, rtuulr . . ant It vill nmmr nwni pmwlnc again. ttwtuA tftim ti t nun: vrinlilt-trM finish San, ainrtii— nun ;X"i cottar tirnnaciott- Serf; Tupiiiir roirr. nit* Caliir Cmtni" icr rtu THUH Uiiid"M I:K* r- »Tifci — in; t ALGONA.IOWA Area Economist Gets Service Award, Chicago MARGARET PRATT Via Miarien, Cedar one of tv» - o extension home economists in the nation to receive a Jr>00 study grant at the National Association of Extension Home Economists aunuid meeting in Chicago this week. Miss VanMaanen received this grant, the Grace Fry- smper FeUow-stiip award, to further aer work with low income audiences. Two other Iowa home extension home economists received "distinguished sen-ice" recognition al the Chicago meeting. They are Mrs, Margaret Pratt, Emmetsburg and Algona, and Wilma Schultz, Malvern. Both received these awards from the National Association of Extension Home Economists for excellence of work during their years of service as extension home economists. Mrs. -Pratt has been active in county extension work for more than 15 years, and. at present is serving two counties: Kossuth and Palo Alto. In addition, she has been a home economics high school teacher in the same area. Currently she is serving as treasurer of the Iowa Extension Home Economists Association. In her area she's active in service groups such as Chamber of Commerce, Business and Professional Women's Club and the hospital auxiliary. Small Blizzard Followed By - 3 Saturday A young blizzard, one which most residents hoped was the most grown-up we'll get during the next five months, swept through Kossuth county and much of the rest of the midwest Friday, depositing an estimated 2-3 inches of snow here — followed by the coldest temperature reading so far -3 at 6 a. m. Saturday. The snow, which ranged from small to large flakes, fell on ice that hadn't disappeared from two days earlier - and it got real slick. However, the sun followed the cold reading early Saturday and some of the snow and ice melted. Warm weather was also predicted for Sunday after not-so-cold readings Saturday night. Algona Fire Chief Stricken remain at the hospital. One of the Elbert's sons, Don, who resides in Ohio, was due to arrive here for a visit with his parents Saturday night. He stopped here while on a business trip to California. Minor Crash A two-car mishap at the intersection of Williams and State streets here at 2:20 a. m. Sunday resulted in an estimated $575 damage to the vehicles. Drivers of the autos were James A. Jergenson, 16, and Marvin J. Lallier, 27, both of Algona. Lallier was charged with failing to yield and driving with a restricted license by police who investigated. Friday Noon Algona Fire Chief Ralph Elbert, who was taken to St. Ann hospital here Friday noon from his home by ambulance, suffering from some unknown illness, was "feeling much better" Saturday night, according to Mrs. Elbert, who was contacted by the UDM at the hospital. He was placed in an oxygen tent upon arrival at thehospital- and remained in it the following day and night, said Mrs. Elbert. It is not known how long he will gmmmmmmmmm ALGONA FOR DAD i i Low Cost Electric Knife Now Only 199 • Stiinleti Steel Blades! Sunbeam Shavemaster Shaver Has Flip Top Now Only $ 18 88 Professional-typo shaves und easier thun ever cleaning, too. Double arched shaving head has six surgical steel blades and a barber-type clipper FOR ANYONE DISCOUNT PRICE 43-Inch Long Sled by Hedlund Streamlined 47-Inch Family Sled $6.25 VALUE $Q99 eJ $7.75 VALUE $4 99 FOR THE COLLEGE MAN The Polaroid "Swinger" 20 at an Exciting New Low Price! A black and white print in just 10 seconds! $19.95 VALUE 14 Kodak's Famous Instamatic I Model 104 for Picture Fun! Kodak $12 77 FOR BABY Takes a picture and developes it right inside the camera to give you a 2'/a x 3Va" black and white print in just 10 seconds! Easy to load. With built-in flash, darkness control and automatic eye that tells you when it's safe to shoot. Comes complete with batteries already installed, wrist strap, too. Thrill the youngsters by showing them their picture seconds after it's taken. mmmmmi FOR THE TREE Miniature 35-Lite Set 5 DIFFERENT COLORS! $3.95 VAtUE $1 99 Young Walker's "Tyke Bike" Is Ideal for the Youngster Who Is Not Ready for a Trike but Is Always on the Go-Go-Go! FOR EVERYONE "Hands Down" Game for the Whole Family is the Slap-Happiest Game Around! The action comes a mile u minute . . . u laugh a second! Before you know it, everybody's slap-happy! That's the fun of playing "Hands Down," the most gleeful game going! Pick a card . . match a pair . . . and HANDS DOWN! But watch out! If you're a slow hitter, you may lose out! Play it shrewd! Somebody may call your bluft"! Think you're winning, do you? The joke may be on you! It's anyone's game until the cards run out . . . and it's fun for everyone, anytime. It features the colorful, exciting SLAM-O-MATIC! And it's safe for the whole family to play with, too! It's lightweight, non-allergenic, and can't hurt any of the youngsters if it tips and falls! Hygienic, of course, and price is low.' Makes a great gift to give to fricnds^top! nil ••••••••••• $O44 Catholic Youth Week Rally Is Held, Algona National Catholic Youth Week came to a close with four rallys conducted Nov. 6 throughout the Sioux City Diocese. One site was Garrigan High School for the Northeast Deanery, with CYO members representing 20 of 21 parishes represented. The theme, "Peace Through Brotherhood", was brought out in the activities of the day. The highlight was a discussion of the film "The Parable". Father N. J. Ruba, St. Benedict, is Northeast Deanery Youth Director. He was chairman of activities of the day and explained the purpose of the Rally Day, and by explaining the theme of the day, through illustrations, to help the teenagers realize they are members of the laity of the Church. Sister Mary Callistus, Janice Albrecht, Greg Harrold, Pocahontas, Iowa assisted with the showing of the film and helped with the interpretation of the characters. Buzz sessions followed the second showing of the film. An informal social hour followed. Attending with teenagers from Armstrong, was a foreign student, Ana Maria Araujo who was member of CYO In Uraguay. Register 11 Cars And Trucks Herd Last Week Eleven new cars and trucks were registered at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt last week. Owners are: Chevrolet - Beed Hdwe., Titonka, pickup; E. J. or Dorothy Johnson, Swea City, truck; A. K. Luedtke, Fenton; J. H. or Elaine Ellis, Swea City; Garrigan High School, Algona. Ford - F. W. Hinz, LuVerne; B. D. or JoElla Miller, Lone Rock, pickup; D. N. or Joyce Wentworth, Ledyard, pickup; J. G. Hobscheidt, Corwith. Plymouth - C. C. Hemmen, Algona; W. J. or Kathryn Nugent, Algona. $4.98 VALUE ••••••••••••••••••I *. Christmas A GIFT THAT NEVER MISSES LINGERIE LORRAINE Classic sheat style with delicate cord trimmed lace ever sheer. Folded. Tricot tops the entire bodice and hemline — side slit at hem for walking ease Also Carried in short and medium lengths . . . OTHER SLIPS UP TO $6.00 Shift Gown and Peignoir, Antron Nylon Tricot. A delightful drift of sheer tied at oval neckline with a dainty cord — petal sleeves and hemline in a cascade of ruffles — cpr^ bows top each petal point e.1 Vljl fjjfk AND A COMPLETE LINE OF ALL LORRAINE LINGERIES FOR MISS AND MRS. KAYS KR HOSIERY Seamless dress sheers; seamless walking sheers; seamless stretch — all in new fall and winter shades and ideal for a perfect Christmas gift. 5* $1.35 CHRISTMAS CARDS by Ambassador The selection includes religious cards, scenic cards, as well as the Christmas theme . . , individual cards. 25c to $1 BOXED CARDS, 25 to a box $1 and $2 LINEN SETS Place mat sets, tea sets, table icloths,, individual serving cloths,, boxed towel sets . . . all gift boxed and gift wrapped for you. $3 to $12 DOWNSTAIRS GIFT DEPARTMENT Here is a lovely array of dozens of gift items, and modestly priced, but with a high gift value, many of them unusual and different. 50c to $35 BLANKETS by Beacon Fancy floral designs or plain color blankets in dustproof cello packaging . . all 72 x 90 in. size . and most attractive colors. Also, Therma-Weave lightweight thermal blankets, all at the same reasonable price . . . your choice $5 to $9 Automatic electric blankets by Beacon in three colors, beige, pink, green. Single control $12.95 Dual controls $16.95 '«. i T« landkerchiefs" All new Christmas Selections for Ladies — all styles. 25c to $1 Also GIFT BOXED, 3 in a Box _ $1. JEWELRY by Pakula Necklaces, ear rings, dress ornaments, pins in profusion — four counters to select from and mod>> ^estly priced. $1 and $2 PURSES Dozens and dozens of them, all in fall colors — dress bags, street bags, over-the-shoulder strap bags — shelf after shelf _— priced $4 fg $9 LADIES DRESS GLOVES By Lindfelt All styles, colors, including extra long and leather palm driving gloves . . . new, fall shades and colors. From $2 to $4 SCARVES Silk scarves, silk oblongs, wool squares, wool oblongs — all in attractive colors and designs. $1 to $2 BATHMAT SETS RUG WITH MATCHING STOOL COVERS Fringed end rugs in deep tones and pastels. $3 to $7 RUGS for the Home by Charm Tred Sizes 24 x 36, 27 x 48, 36 x 54, and 3 x 5 in a beautiful selection of colors with and without fringes. Priced $4 to $20 WELCOME TO AIGONA, SWANSON'S GROCERY

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