The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1959 · Page 4
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H *f -. V , ^ >•*"? «*svff '. ^TT '-." '»«'«.' " i, ^ f * I T> v •.** , -«, , r ^ !".* 4 ) K- V --N, ' ' &il 'jflbt *f f "? jC^* 1 * '« r f A ' ' • fl • / . I ' ' ^ \ ' f' 1 ' f , list week's snowstorm ihr*«tefc»d «rmi Ihe aty-wid. Get Ac&urfnted and 4-ri promotion scheduled ft* v the weekend and ^following week. State Street merchant* report, however, that starting Friday afternoon and carrying through Saturday, retail trafficwas heavy. General reaction to the Get Acquainted pro- fnolion was very favorable. The manager of one chain store even received a communique from his home Office-requesting details on where the caricatures were obtained. * * * Wlih Easi« jus* atound ihe corner y«i will want to watch next week's UDM for fashion offerings from Algona's leading clothing stores, Their ads will give you all the information you need in order to participate in the Easte* Parade knowing you are dressed right. that Rail Worker Dies In Depot lion B. Yeager, 52, Eagle Grove, suffered a fatal heart attack in the Northwestern depot East State street here at 9 6*tn. Monday. An employee of fttt railroad, Mf Yeagef Was found by another .employee when It ^was noticed the Eagle Grove matt was missing, The dead mam rtad shoveled fchow heat the depot for a while before suffering the Fatal attack. Funeral services lor Mr Yeager will be held this afternoon XThursdayJ in'the Church of the Open Bible at Eftgie Orove. Burial will also be at -Eagle Grove. McCullough'* Funeral Chapel here handled local arrangements before Ihe body was, shipped to Eagle Grove Monday noon. 'the county coroner, who was called as soon as Mr Yeager was found lying on a rest room floor attributed the death to & heart Workmen completed the er&ctiwroi Jaee VaiUly store'* sign Wednesday morning. Other changes are in'progress within the store but manager Al Brown reports that no major remodeling is planned in the immediate future. Leslie Larson.' of Ringsted. Iowa, has bean appointed tt>pr»- sentative lor Minneapolis Associates, Inc., as announced elsewhere in this paper. * * » The next item on the annual promotion agenda'will bj ihe Home Show, planned for the first weekend* after Easter. Watch this paper for further information oh this^popular Annual eVeftt Spring is just around the corner and that mean* that Work In the fields will be starting as soon as the weather permits. Bradley Bros, calls this to the attention of farmers whd may have tractdtts that need attention in their ad in today's paper. Better be ready to dig right in on that first good day» f so be sure to check thdse tractor tires now. _ ^ '» ' ' * " /' ' '\ Many ladies still prefer a conventional type, washing machine even though the automatics are increasingly 'popular. For -those who want to stick lo conventional* wringer-types, however, the Philco company has come up with a,series of Ultra-modern,wringer . , _ ...•** a. __a !_£_ j.-» i.l.fe.'i. t^^Mi.4- *«*.<* 44 vVWvri *•*•*#! *«*]**«>s4 !«/«** V* AWtf&tt Mr Yeager was born at Shdld's Indiana, July 24, 1906, arid ^a a Son of Richard and Hattie Mu- holand Yeager, He was employee oh ft bridge crew by the railroad at the time-of his death. - He is survived -by his wife Mabel, three daughters, a son five grandchildren, two brothers and two sisters. . type washing machines that boast features .grandmother dreamed of. You'll find the details in Cullen Hardware's, ad'In todays paper. , - ", , ./' * ' * .; • " • • * , Several changes' of location have" been announced, recently^ ^Dr. J. B. Harris, dentist, has riioved ,-'into^ his' new office at 022 E. • State St., and insurance agent, Amie Bickleffs and his office mate, attorney Lou Nitchals will soon op'en "new offices in the old Security State "Bank building. * *•»*». "~ Phil Diamond's ad in today's UDM offers a bit of old Ireland, ,in honor of St. Patrick's Day next'TUe'sday, to bargairttyise shoppers. Phil good naturedly informs us that yptf "don't have to De Irish •to appreciate a good buy, ' ' . t , /^\ ' .; !- • Dawn Beenken and Truman Shackleford of the Coast-To-Coast tStore attended a two day JMastercraft sales meeting.jn ^Minneapolis »;last weekend. The mpeting was' -held' exclusively .for employees of ''•Coast to Coast Stores., •' • , ' " i \' '• ' • •"'•', '•.','. .* *,«'*,' _ ,'-» ,',^ An educational meeting for-thosej-interested^'in grain."storage, Iprpbleras, sponsored b£ the'TaylorI.Iniplemeht''Cb^ - will;be' helcl.'pt' |the high school-annex next Thursday, t March'-' 19th, ,at 7;30 p'.m. frFull details can be found/elsewhere in this paper.' r- ; * *„ * *>* • Bjusirom Furniture .offers-many bargains in"their ad'in today's The reason ior the-Floor Sample Sale" is-to 61ear out odds A - and one of a kind items. Every thing'offered "is first quality, Academy Wins 8 Top Speech Spots ••'(,>'• • ; ' • 1 ' Eight 1 students of St. Ceceli-a •Academy received 1 ratings in the •speech contests held the .pas't weekend. Those receiving I's in the -district contest of the 1HSSA .tfeld at Spencer on iSaturday wer^ Madbnna Gisch, oratorical; Joan -Gbedce, original oratory; Judy Schumacher, interpretive read-" Ing; and Kathy Prothman, radio sp^akirffe. '„ • • > '^ *. 'Superior speaker* in the DYO ' contest^ held at Em- ^ metsbufg '' on; Sunday, March 8, ,were Mary Reilly, extemporane- .d'us speaking; Rod Elbertf orator- 'ical; Joan Goebke, original oratory"; and Kathy Prothman> radio .^peaking. /, , ' ,' ' JLHSSA cohtestants who receiy- i ed II ratings-are: Karen Bradley interpretive reading; Mary Jean •Hood, extemporaneous speaking:- Stfs&n* Nitchals, oratorical; Bin •Higgins, radio speaking; Vicki '-The following were, rated>—. , cellent in the DYO contest: Gret-j, chen, Zender, humorous; Judy; Schumacher, Dramatic. s vj- Those/' who rated'' I'; fduu eiiua cuiu unu ui o. tviuu itcuis. dvetytiuug uiieieu is ursi quality, f.but since^.the,store-only.has'onesof aikind^onTeachL^tem-prices have- *been greaiy*reauced in'order td^'cleati^p; a^clf-^bras.'" • * -•>*. °v * *i * . * - ?,. ' |4/. Newspaper advertising >experts tell-us that classified advertising factually 'has. a double .v t alue to the commercial advertiser. For ex- Jample;when a housewife uses a want-ad-to sell^her* washing machine, ^chances are that she probably* has •another purchase in mind •«-'- a ' f'thought that can in- many cases develop into''action, if she happens' £tp.'see your ad in the same paper in v wljich^herjpwn ad appears. \' t &'' Young femmes will find Easter,finexy,to 1 their liking in G.ra- * ham's ad / in .today's UDM, advertised a bit .early at pre-seaso'n prices. __ . !'s in the XHSSA,{Contest will take part in fhe gtdte finals to be held in. superior students will • advance to .-the-"district meet to be held on- Marth.-22. The site ha.s'no£ been,announced. • ' v Henry Spear, 61, Titonka, Passes >*• .^ ?- {'Titonka — Funeral services for , i'Henry Spear, 61, lifelong area $resid<?nt, -were held Saturday af- Jiernoon at the Ramsey Reform-^ed, church with Rev. William %Kroohsk>fficiating, Burial was in Mi'e church cemetery and tho ^3wan Funeral Home was in ^'charge of arrangements. t'MMr Spear died late Tuesday *-even£ig at his home here follow- a year's illness with cancer. f> iBorn April 13, 1897, at Titonka, Sppar was the son of John Jessie,Seiverings Spear. He spent*.his -entire life Inl and T near Titonka,,'and farmed fqr m'ahy years noptti ,of .town prior ,to his retirement' several years j ago. He rnpye'd io> ,town following T .his retirement, ' •• . , He is survived by, his wife, Lena; ;a^daughter, Jessie -<Mrs Louis - Hubbard),' California; and two. .,. step-sisters, 1 Mrs George Tjaden and Mrs Pete-Beenken, TitohkaiV .- , - •He" was preceded in death by -his pay,ent5,:.two brothers/ Dick and Albert, and a half-brother, Jo'hn'CordeS. • • v ." BETTER PRINTING for less — .Upper Des Moines Pub. Co,, Algona. , >.' • Beef Men Plan A Royal Feast >,Beef producers , will again 'partake of One pound of standing rib< roast of beef per person at 'tpeir annual banquet at the Swea '"City Community School, 7 p.m.\ if hursday. April 2. According to Dean L. Barnes, county extension director, only 350 tickets are being sold and these- on a first come, 'first served basis. The program will include a top-notch speaker, with details of ' the arrangements to be announced later. Selling tickets are Lawrence Menke, Bancroft; Earl Chambers,' Convith; Don Budlong, Titonka; Wayne Thompson, Swea City; Ernest Heidecker, Lakota; Glair Reding, 'Ottosen; Claude Johnson, Seneca; Duane Habeger, Burt and Dean L. Barnes, Algona. ,-f ' "*-J FROM DIAMONDS Phil says .... "Begorral" And it's a line bunch of bargains we're bringing you for St. Pat's DayJ We're polishing -the blarney stone at Diamonds and celebrating with bargains for alll ,. FOR BUDGET-WISE IRISHMEN .Here's a work shoe thats tough enough to withstand 'the 'cobble ' , stones of, Dublin. .Tough f leather retan uppers - thai; resipt ; 'acids Combined with a thick, U>pg we ay« , ing cork "sole and sean^leBs back to give you a rtfgffed. work shoe -,jhai will rjBal}y,^|aridt*He g^Ef. Cushioned- - inscrle.-raSure/ , and J8B.*-' aio nhoa ijBfjeirf yy~ c "•?*" 'WftB TSWVPW" -••". ' '"'' i ~. [..IT I-'''" -"' \ J & '^ v/a *.1 a *>'; ', . ' '& lft#2SKft^rt«W' ^ ^ vl *tft,\ "Ki CARNATION COTTAGE BOX RATH'S MULBERRY SLICED BACON i LB: RATH'S BUCKHAWK . \ SMOKY SAUSAGE -sot i" V* .»*>,- i RATH'S PICKLED B l\/ I'LiM'l '>. _'•.« ~ _ -1- — —«- ^ — I* »*•«• *• «• >f , M WHOLE WHITING FISH 5 Lb. Box 69c HALIBUT STEAK * a fresh Cut-£ ; > ' - * "•• ./'I'^'fc BEEF QUARTERS: Always a large selection To chboste,f fprrt - Cut, wrapped, and marked for yobr locker, or freeier'dt no exttin charge! '• > _•>• i __J j ,_J: Z—L~~mm>»^~mmm^^^^^^^^^mmm^Bmti^Ua^RtmMmmBHtXBmMMHfm ,Tt ' • ' ' :' ' ,' ' • . ' - VALUABLE CONSUMER'S COUPONS tONSUMiR'S COUPON VHUMPTY; DUAAPTY SALMON \i,' 1 LB. CAN This Coupon Good For lOc On Purchase Of 1 lOc MACARONI • f ' * -'Offer Expires March lOc 14th . '" ,Th5s Coupon Is Good for 50 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase Of '$5.00 Or.' More :; , , •-> OR'' ' 100 FREE S & H | GREEN STAMPS '„! ' With Any Purchase Of $10.00 Or Move AAER/S! Limit ft ^A^tteup L-«- *„. • itt - * 3 /* •^«,* l "i , I'ji MA BROWN Apricot — Peach — Pineapple —.Cherry'— Blackberry MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING LB. CAN HEINZ TOMATO CATSUP 14OZ; Bottle Consumer's Coupon SHRIMP AHOY WITH THIS CONSUMER'S COUPON Offer Expires March 14ih r 1 • NESTLES QUICK COCOA Giant 2% Lb. Box 89c NESTLES CANDY,BARS, 10 For 39c STILWELL SWEET POTATOES 2 Cans 29c DEL MONTE WHOLE SPICED PEACHES: NO. 2'/2 CAN .* 3 Cans $1 HO.NEY Vi Gallon ' 98c RLAV-O-RITE FLOUR 25 Lb. Bag $1.69 SUNSWEET MEDIUM PRUNES *** 2 Lb. Box 69c GULF BELLE , OYSTERS^ > . 3 Cans $1 FREE Box Brownie Mix WITH THIS CONSUMER'S COUPON >'. Offer Expires March 14th THRIFT PAR Ice Cream GAL. FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE JUKE cans ',, FANCY UVRGE >V-{ '-.• , • HEAPETTUCE ....Ik • > _ »yi. , * ' RUSSET „ 10 IBS. 49c •XTT •^5«r.rT»^r YOP-JPIND WITH U§OETS YOU AN ' * .^& *• §TAMP ^ ,f

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