The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1960 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 19, 1960
Page 15
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HERE ARE THIRTY SIX THRIIUNG BARGAIN BUYS •vf- Cannon Mesh Dish Cloths In large aize and quality you housewives want most. Very substantial saving' 10 for 88C Attractive Bath Mats heavily perforated to hold solid, non-skid. 14 x 17 Inches. Matching bathroom colors. Large Household Chamois made up of all first quality patched pieces. Fully tanned. Lots of uses for these! Moth Balls in a full one pound box-tor 'put-awaya* eltef a long hard winter. Very special buyl 3 Boxes 88C Adjustable Massage-Shower Spray with long connecting hoae that fits tight to faucet. Excellent for shampoos. Bathroom colors. Focusing Flashlights, some with belt fasteners. Choose from several different styles in these Import flashlights. 2»or88< Imported China Tea Pot, ao lovely and fetching in these eltvtr novelty designs. Six cup size. Chrome-plated Skin Racks with six bars t6 hold alx skins on your closet door. These are especially nicely made* XV Fancy Salad Bowls Striking chine salad bowls of the large size for many kitchen and table uses. Attractive fancy designs. 3 3-Pitct Fry Pan Stt Aluminum Irving pans that stack neatly together in set of three. Modern plastic handles. Sets made in Italy. >., Spring-Type Clothesplns- unusally strong, durable. Import quality. Stock up ' at tills hot price. 18 pins to package. Fancy Decorated Tumblers of poly, each set consisting of six In assorted colors. Packed in poly bag. They're 14-ounce slzel 6 for 88C Metal Shoe Rack that holds' 12 pairs of shoes neatly' in your closet. Floor style. Fully chrome plated. . Ball-Bearing Rolling Pina in fine . waxed finish. They're Foley's best! Of wood, of courae, and they roll easy on ball bearings. 88C Chrome — Plated' Blouse Holders nice to have for holding your blouses. Hold six blouses neatly. Chromevpllted, Foley Pastry Cloth,, each cornea rteatly in a poly bag. Many uses, in the kitchen to make cooking easier. A nice value at- 88C Jiffy Garden Planters- they're a 'roll-out 'automatic garden' 9 x 12 feet in slze v you just roll put, HOUSEWARES! KITCHEN NEEDS! CLEANING AIDS! GARDEN NEEDS! BATHROOM ITEMS! Flour Sifter, In the wanted one-cup size. Import quality with shining chrome plating. Strongly constructed. 88C 4-Piece Freezer Set Plastic freezer boxes In pure white color. Each set includes two. quart size and two pint alze boxes. Poly-bagged. ! 7-Piece Juice Set * Set Includes quart-size decanter-bottle with six matching tumblers, each S-ounce size. Rich kitchen colors. Poly-bagged. large Rubber Dish Drainer C Large 13 x 15 Inch rubber - coated dish drainer in kitchen colors, Red, Blue. Yellow, Pink. For dishes* glasses, silver, etc. Ironing leard Pad & Cover ••< Large size pad and i cover to fit all standard boards. Set is made of wanted silicons. 3-Pc. Bean Bog Ash Tray Set to fancy gift box! They're those smart brass-plated ash trays with brocaded aldea. They don't tip overl Measuring Spoon Set of five brass- plated spoons, each mounted on card, so they can be hung .on kitchen wall. 6-Plece Coaater Set for your fancy tumblersl It's smart tulip design. In poly plea- tic. Assorted colors. Wood Salad Bowls, that enhance your fresh vegetable salads so much | Nicely, polished Flower Watering Can in one-quart size, attractively braes-plated with scroll designs* Has long spout. Green Flower Boxes ef strong metal-each full It Inches long. Just what you want for spring annuals. Kleenex Paper Towels - large , good quality Klee- ' nex towel rolls- you buy .them at money - saving 88* 88C 2 * 88c 88< 88* 4 * 88c TOUT TISSUE 8:88° Finest quality noted Deisey brand lelltt tissue, Stock up right now In this sal*) fop buy at dm price | One-yard .lengths white woo4 p4cMt fence) to protect your flewere ^BM# ^pvy^^p^f • 4N^ij^*4p "Hi^W touch to yo»ryardl Thej vaitttsdofeleng shept fad •tefr¥ * 14 Inches' Silverware (• '. Tray - Plastic >c Large size poly silver* ware tray to fit in kitchen drawer. 5 com* partments. Pink, Yellow, Blue, Red. UTIITYMAT 1C Rubber utility mats for so many usesl In size 19 x 17 Inches. Colors are Rod. Blue, Yellfw •ad PWt, Gif itvtrtll Large Plastic Shower Curtain I x • feet in size! Complete with metal ringa- hemmed. Assorted flor- als and soUds. Neat Ceaar 2 Two wren houses in escfc peckagel Easy to esaemble and put up, Made iron cedar weed, LOOK! WALK RUN OR H V BUI DON I DON I MIS', THIS GKFAf SAIF ! £Ugona dipper Be* Jftofoes: ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1960 VOl. 97 - NO, St. Joe Youth Fractures Arm During Game St. Joe — Kenneth Erpclding, son of Mr and Mrs Franc-is Erpelding, received a double fracture of his left wrist on Tuesday during the first baseball game at St. Joseph's school. Kenneth, first baseman, collided with a player during a double play. He was taken to St Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge for medical aid. Chips Elbow Donald Illg suffered a chipped right elbow bone the first of the week while at work and will have to carry his arm in a sling from 3 to 4 weeks. Mr and Mrs Paul Thilges Jr. arc parents of a daughter, Lois Irene, born Apr. 6 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. The Thilges now have two girls and two boys. Mr and Mrs Paul Thilges Sr. are the paternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs Edward Thilges and daughters were Tuesday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Stattelmann near Buffalo Center. Algona Firm Marketing A Portable Oxygen Unit LIGHTNING Lightning struck the barn at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Young of near Nashua recently. It ripped a four by six foot hole in the roof and every fuse box was blown open, shattering almost every fuse. However their barn, with 24 cows and two heifers in it, was not destroyed. Development of a portable oxygen unit for use in emergencies, that can be carried in a car or boat, has been completed, and is now on the market by Cook's Welders Supply of Algona. The new unit, ilimplete with carrying case, weighs only 17 Ibs. but also carries enough oxygen for 40 minutes use at maximum release. Dick Cook, head of the local firm, said that arrangements f o r distribution were now being made. A number of units have already been sold. Heart and asthma patients who might suddenly need pure oxygen are among the leading prospects for purchase of the portable unit, which can be operated by anvone. The unit includes the oxygen tank with controls and gauge indicating pressure being released, plastic face mask, and mouth-to- mouth breathing lube. "We feel that for those persons who might suddenly need it. it is an investment to save a life." Cook said. Other places where such a unit might be used would be in cases of over-exertion, shock, asphyxiation, fatigue and fainting. A unit such as this could also be used at swimming pools or resorts, in emergencies. Easy, understandable directions are included with each unit, which takes but seconds to put into operation. The complete unit including tank of oxygen retails for $67.50. One of the complete units is pictured here. Cook has already advertised the unit on a statewide basis, ariti plans direct mail contact with logical persons 01; groups who would find the portable unit a vitally handy asset. The units can be used over and over, needing only oxygen refills after use. fpHng Weddings . . . ; • Brightly Formal I t, ami M com* , fortabltl St* our lorg* MUction ef tummtr formal*'." Sparkling, llflhlwtlghl ... iu»l right for yovr wtddlngl Compftf* formal *• ftntol icrvico. Jfeeutj Auxiliary At Ottosen Will Invite Guests Ottosen — The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening at the home of Mrs Mike Frohling. Mrs Bernard Streit was accepted as a new member. The last week in April the unit will send cookies to Woodward as the project for child welfare month. Two dollars was given to the Cancer drive. Mrs Conrad Johnson had the lesson.'"''*'"'"' .Mrs Ivan Evensoh was a guest. • The May'. 9 meeting;' will be a guest day at • the home of Mrs Richard Kinseth. • Mrs Howard Thompson will' be co^hostess. The ladies have sent a sunshine box of gifts to Kevin Meyer. Those who attended the WMF convention at Badger Wednesday were Mrs Roy Enockson, Mrs H. J. Nielsen, Mrs Bertha Jacobson, Mrs Melvin Ellingson, Mrs Harold Mountain and Mrs Ivan Evenson. Attending the afternoon session were Mrs Louis Jacobson, Mrs LeRoy Worby. Mrs Conrad Johnson and Mrs Ralph Jacobson. MOTES OF SERVICE MEN SAN DIEGO, Calif. — John C. Vaudt, son of Mr and Mrs August H. Vaudt of Whittemore, la., and Lloyd E. Smith, son of Mr and Mrs Frank J. Smith of Whitte-' more, graduated from, recruit training March 18 at the Naval' Training .Center, San_ Diego, Cal. The graduation exercises, making the ' end of nine weeks of "boot camp", included a full dress parade and review before military officials and civilian dignitaries. In nine weeks of instruction, the "raw recruit" is developed into a Navy Bluejacket, ready for duty with the fleet. Firemen Called Algona's firemen were called at 1:40 p.m. Thursday to extinguish a minor grass fire west of Club 169 a mile south of Algona on highway 169. There was no damage, other than to the grass. WidtrTrxk wtow Hn stonct, not lie or, Wit* the wide* Ponuicihrsi f£g YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC ERNIE WILLIAMS PONTIAC - CADILLAC Alsjenej, Ifwei Stole t*r««t > - - ',v • T - -••• ; '• ' "' "«

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