The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1960 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 12, 1960
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'»••*. :r tipper Be* JWoines; AIGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1960 VOl! 97 - NO. 28 IT MOT A SHAME? All This Perfectly GOOD Merchandise To Be Sold? At Such Ridickulous Sums ! HEAR ARE SUM Ring - Diculous SPESHULS THfiOWN Pete Sheldon of near Nashua was thrown from his horse while ifter the cows recently and suffered a broken pelvic bone. To add to the tense and painful situation he was in, a bull appro- iched and acted a bit ferocious but a dog frightened it away. ASC Township Vote July 14 The man who weighs word? retains his balance. •* WAS TOYS (front island) Interior Paint (back island) Sunbeam 3 qt. Elect, saucepan _— $25.95 S & Sunbeam 5 qt. Elect, saucepan $29.95 S & Lefse Elect. Grill $14.95 S & 26" ROOF MOWER $259.00 S & Built In Bath Cabinet $19.95 S & 1 gal. Glamorene $ 3.79 S & FLOOR CIRCULATOR $39.95 S & Ice Buckets $ 1.95 S & 20 CUP MIRRO Perks $3.49 S & 1 USED BOYS BIKE $15.00 S & 1 Gal. LUG-JUGS $ 1.49 S & COVERED pie PANS $ 1.69 S & Yea old hunter has uncovered manny udder specials not advirtiied "O and S" HARDWARE store and steel tviese whole SALE values. Q Q 50% OFF 50% OFF Q price $19.99 price $21.99 price $ 9.99 price $199.00 Q price $ 9.99 Q price $ 2.99 Q price $19.99 Q price $ 1.19 Q price $ 1.99 Q price $ 9.99 Q price $ .87 Q price $ .99 above so go to your FREDERICK "Q and S" HARDware "center OF Maxwell STREET' IT'S OUR FIRST Each Twp. To Nominate And Elect Five 8:00 — Center School. And with Reedickulous Daze Too, We are going to have a Jaw Breaker of a Sale right out on the front sidewalk. All our odds and ends will be priced so low we are afraid to advertise them — And inside the store, our July Jubilee Sale, where you will find just plain, good, down To earth savings. Our way of saying THANKS ! Northwestern Auto WESTERN AUTO usually - but western" for Ridiculous Days! we're gonna 'be "North Time and places for holding ASC community election me flings in all townships of Kosstith county an? announced by R. I. Anderson, chairman of the ASC county committee, e The ASC is responsible for local administration of the federal government's agricultural price support, wool incentive, cost-sharing conservation and soil bank programs. ASC community election meetings will be held simultaneously in all townships on Thursday. July 14. The location and time of the meetings will be as follows: TWPi Meeting Place Time Buffalo ...._ Titdhka Town Hall, 8:30 p.m. Burl — Burt Co-op Elevator, 7:30 p.m. Cresco — Cresco Hall, 7:30 p.m. Eagle — Center School, 8:00 p.m. Fenton — Fenton Community Center. 8:00 p.m. Garfield — Center School. 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. German — German Valley School, 8:00 p.m. Grant, Grant School, 7:00 p.m Greenwood, American Legion Club Room, 8:00 p.m. Harrison, Farmers Co-op Elev- ator-Swca City. 7:00 p.m. Hebron, Hebron Twp. Hall, 8:00 p.m. Irvington. Irvington Co-op Elevator. 2:00 p.m. Ledyard, Fanners Co-op Elev- tor Ledyard, 8:00 p.m. Lincoln —Carl Hiemstra Farm, 1:00 p.m. Lotts Creek, Center School, 8:00 p.m. LuVerne, — Hanna Elevator, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Plum Creek — Center School, 8:00 p.m. Portland — Portland Township Hall, 7:30 p.m. Prairie — Lickteig School, 8:n p.m. 8:00 3:00 Cit', Ramsey — Legion Club Room (upstairs part) 8:00 p m. Riverdale • — Center School House, 8:00 p.m. Seneca — Senec-a Store, p.m. Sherman 8:00 p.m. Springfield — Farmers Elevator Office-Ledyard, 7:30 p.m. Swea — Community Hall, 7:30 p.m. Union — Center School, p.m. Wesley — Center School p.m. Whitlcmore — Whittemort Mall, 8:00 p.m. The first order of business at each meeting will be nomination of candidates. This will be followed by the election of a community or township ASC com mittee of three members and two alternate members. The newly elected chairman of all community committees in the county will meet at Algona on July 30 to name the ASC county committee of three members and two alternates. The term of office of all county and community committcemen will begin on August 1 and run until the annual elections in 1961. This system of election oi county and community committees is virtually the same as tha used annually from 1934 through 1950. According to county ASC office records, a total of 4565 persons are eligible to vote in the community . elections in Kos- sulh County. ort Dodge. She is feeling fine, nit will have to take it easy for mr: time Her daughter, Mrs Richard Samuclsen, is staying wiih her. Clark Reunion Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch and Mrs George Johnson went to Britt Sunday where they allend- ed a family get-together. All 12 of the Clark children and father, Chas. Clark, 9<i. were present. About 70 in all were' at tin; gat- hi ring. Two Portland Women Released From Hospital Portland — Mrs S. R. Parson came home Saturday afternoon after spending some time at the hospital at Mason City. She is getting along as well as can be expected. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy came home Tuesday afternoon after a long stay at Lutheran hospital Mi- and Mrs Clifford Young attended a 4th of July picnic, at the Fern Drone home in Whitto more. Fourth of July dinner guests at the Ray Fitch home were Mr and Mrs Loo Clark of Britt. Mr and Mrs Merle Clark of Woburn. Mass., and Mrs George Johnson of Warenton, Ore. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Ben Potter of Algotin and Mr and Mrs Dwight Potter of Emmetsburg. Mrs George Johnson visited Monday evening at the Dick Cogsgrove home and also visited at the Art Schiltz home near La kola. Mr and Mrs Frank Murphy and family were 4th of July guests at the Lawrence and Vincent Govern home. Barry Nelson and Peggy Mic- naelsen left Monday morning for Okoboji where they will attend youth camp, also Kenneth Huisman all of the Grace Baptist church at Titonka. Mr and Mrs Allan Hahn and Teresa of Davenport were weekend visitors of Mr and Mrs Stanley Ruse and Leroy and Mr and Mrs Dwight Ruse. The Hahns and Ruses were all Sunday afternoon callers at the George Hix home. Mr and Mrs Dwight Ruse, Mr and Mrs Stanley Ruse and Leroy, Mr and Mrs Arthur Hix and family and Mr and Mrs Timer Harms and family attended a 4th of July picnic at the George Hix home. Daryl Sparks came for the 4th of July weekend. He is attending summer school at Ames. Mr and Mrs Earl Shipler and family and Mr and Mrs Roscoe Stewart enjoyed a picnic dinner at Crystal Lake Sunday. '»nirriTmn'nn n ITT»TI m niminiIUHMTT i nn 11 in <i] iyrm' "' u« \ TTIM t \\ \ i MM i Kqht this way, folKs •/ ^—*—^ ^ —• x ~*^^ . /*" ^^T-v ^ NOT •#UNTIL\NEfc ..... GET OURfevgx£( BARGAINS ATter^ GRAHAMS Jim fa* OUR IdV ~...-Style) ONE-LEGG You Get 2nd Leg FREE *rr.< ,,\GAOJET BOXj ^l»^h»* »»^»«* BLOUSES YOU FURNlSl VOUR OWN SLEEVES by OWNER /o.o. !f S BED BLANKETS 1 Guaranteed no wool. The tags say 75% Rayon. 15% ^. : . * cotton. 10% Orion. f|:; Colors you have never seen if: • - • • — never lit. double m $2.99 Each If NYLON HOSE f '"' v ''^ S::::!:::Sf , m Mi *ff tuagt, runners and WJ$Ji 'jj dark shadows. 11^^11 Th«y get that way after jjjjm years of wear, why not |p8S Mart out with them. iwSttB 1 2 pair 77c W-T~ ~-^®&$S$BwB& : THROW RUGS \ f •: : : : : ; : : : : : : :W really threw us for a fall. WMm gM*'*'*'''*'IH Remnants of all wool carpeting. pJpi;:i:K Help us up for lji$iiS E&sii only $1.00 " JnPTxtfxW&ivX^x^XvX ONE BIG TABLE l|i ODDS & ENDS I Al 1Mb* Aa Odd here and an f End there. Nothing that anyone ^ seems to want. Values to $5.98. " Please, pretty please give us $1.00 Each f SHEET BLANKETS J|||F» PLASTIC l|irCHIlDS JACKETS f Tighriy .tretched they might Jljf BABY PANTS lljif ***• rivinfcl*, plaM and » ' reach 72 E °0 inches. - Mffljf *iC plain colors. We don't want "fm" you «(n jj$tijt-- Non water proof, keep ^:;:|| Sites 3 to 14 (small for theii • _ nm—it t —i.. OVx^AV . nvjav fram ha* water, fit w-:"? aae). Wo thouaht we had c $jf TighHy ttr-lehod th»y might £||' reach 72 x 90 inches. B: * We dwt't want w lm" you can have "Im" for only . •• V $1.99 each • ! v,.-.,-,,,,,:^!¥«iffc, K*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*iAV.*B'AV«%V.& 1 ' •4491 plain colors. Siies 3 to 14 (small for their age). We thought we had a goad buy to these but you * our minds. Will you give us BED PULOWS Guaranteed to give you a full sleepless night. Ijatt |l i mills Bright, gaudy colors, the colors alone g will keep you awake. each § yep, Fo!Ks x this is IT/.bh e one time oF the year when we go all- oub to have some Fun...but that ain't -all... no sir/ there's real red-hpt bargains, too, ?^R v>y*i [•¥-x;?:¥: : :: $1.00 U|

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