The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1959 · Page 6
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SPIKES ORANGE - LEMON - LIME Matching Cardigan Jackets and new Cardiga DIAMON -SHSffS^^^-p- ^-^ 5-Aloono (lo.) Upp«r ftl Mdtnw Thunday, March 19,1959 Bakery Treats For Easter 0 Extra Fancy Easter Cakes • Traditional Hot Cross Buns • Decorated Cup-Cakes FINN'S BAKE SHOP 120 E. State Phone CY 4-4213 Algeria Upper D«« MoJn»* . FARM SAtt CALENDAR , Cottipiete farm sale advertUi service at the Algona Upper De» Mo1ne& ' including advetUalft bills, radio-spots if desired, an fre, ftuctionjsttng. If bad Wefil er forces sale pofctpofiemfent, yotif 'ad re-fun without charge for new sale date under our original "weather insurance" guarantee. See us for early sale dates.' March 19, Thurtday — Bob Reding farin sale, 4 west on McGregor} St. and one south. Com* plete details UDM last weefc. QUihn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, West Send, clerk. March 23, Monday —.Charles Hall farm sale, 2 west of Britt on highway 18, and 1 mile south, starting at noon. Sellihg 107'heai: of dairy catle, • machinery attc •equipment. Complete sale details in UDM today. This is a big sal£ Charles Quinn and H. H. Bruni> 'morid, auctioneers; First State •Bank, Britt, clerk. March 24, Tuesday — Community Sale in Fehton, Iowa.' Anyone having items he wishes to list may do so by contacting any business man ,in Fenton before February 28. Big sale ad with listings on Fenton Reporter page in this issue. FRIDAY Z DAY SALE SATURDAY 59'GRADUATES Register For A FREE Wrist Watch 1 If you purchase a watch and win, you will receive the purchase price in cash! Lay-Away These Watches Now Man's 17 jewel wrisiwatch. Self-winding, waterproof, shockproof, lifetime mainspring. , Man's 17 jewel wristwaich. Self-winding waterproof, shockproof, lifetime mainspring. „____.. Man's 17 jewel wristwatch. Lifetime mainsPring, lifetime guarantee o n balance staff. , i_ Man's 17 jewel wristwatch. Shock resistant, lifetime mainspring, fully adjusted. Dress style _________ Ladies' 17 jewel wristwatch. Self winding shock resistant, lifetime mainspring. Yellow gold „. Ladies' 17 jewel wristwaJch* Lifetime mainspring. White gold, ,. __ Ladies' 19 jewel wristwatph. Yellow gold. , ,- Lifetime mainspring, „ Ladies', 2| jewel yellow gold wristwatch with 2 diamonds, Lifetime mainspring, , ,__ WAS NOW $69.50 $47.50 S49.50 $34.95 $47.90 $28.95 $75.00 $49.60 $59.50~$39.96 $49.75 $33.75 $67.50 $42.50 $75.00 $49.50 Hold 4 Juveniles For Break-In * >* Fou'r Ringsted juveniles' have been arrested in connection with a break-in Monday night 'at Bill's tavern; •Stolen was a six-pack of beer. The cash register had been left open and there was cash inside, but none was taken. A wiriddW and lock on the back door was damaged, however. .*, A Ringsted resident reported he saw a car with a Minnesota license plate driving down the alley without lights about 12:30 p.m. Tuesday morAing. ,.This was the third break-in at the tavern. Sheriff's authorities are investigating a series of vandalism acts in town. Mayor Petersen estimated over $1,000 worth of damage has been caused by B-B gun pellets. He pointed out some cases late I lyhave been at, the home of Mr Be"SSie".' Miller and the Chalme Bonnicksen home, Thompson yard, Oscar's and Homes' cafes! Merritt Giffin real estate office,' Ringsted Implement and Bonnicksen well drilling truck. He said Marshal Gordon Culbertson has confiscated two B-B rifles and a pistol.' - . Honor 40 Year ; Members, Tjtonka At a joint meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary at Titonka 17 members received honors as 40-year members. They are Elmer Peterson, W. F. Rick- lei:, Tom Young, Peter Ubben, John G. Rippentrop, IJarm Uken, George Higgins, Everett 'Post, Alfred Osterreicher, Howard! Andrews, Lloyd Bartlett, Dwight Graham, Howard French, Clarence Mpchler,-Miller Nelson, Oscar Nelson and William Peterson. r™u BRAND WATCHES FOR LESS THAN DISCOUNT CATALOG WATCHES! - ' • >^Pf Bpt, Hp ^ff MM m-ji ..-fcW MP»MI mm '%r '.jjw&v-'. ' , - .' .'.>'". UWW, IOWA ' " ' i Seneca Saddle Club Elects • New officers of the Seneca Saddle club recently elected are: Bill Orthel, president; Daryl Bess," jviceV president; . Eleanor Witham;'"secretary; Irene Lynch, head cook; Janice Lynch, reporter. Directors are: Dave LyncK, Joe Lynch, "Eddie Stattelman, Eppo Bulten, Earl Crouch and Richard Fox, The regular meeting with the new officers taking over was held at .the Everett Witham hornet on March 10. Plans were made for a Registered Quarter Horse Show to be held May 24. Plaques, ribbons and money will be given in all 19 classes. There will be both halter and performance classes. More information on the show will be published at a later date. The next meeting will'be at the D*aryl Bess home at Wesley. Leo McCarthy Is Honored At U. Leo A. McCarthy, son of the Don McCarthys of St. Benedict and a student in the college of business administration at Crei* ghton University, Omaha, was najTied recently as one of 12 princes who will reign at the an* nual Junior - Senior Prom at Creighton Friday night, April 3. v A dozen princesses were also chosen ami a king and queen will be chosen the night of the prom. McCarthy is a graduate of St. Cece)ia's Academy here. No School Friday AlgQna public school students will have no classes this Friday, Mar, 20. Local teachers will be attending a convention at Mason 0ity th^ day. Classes will re- on schedule Monday. 1 Drinking to another man's health, jsn r t going to imprpve your •. • ,. '''',' * ' • "-'-if'- 1 ' I;'' '-'^ -f-'.'i "" ', ' "' • '' ''-.' - '*-r-f.'"-'1 f ",: ;*"».,'-, ',''.• '"-.-'-V [ ^V-.'^i'V:/^ r -,',,,„, *>",•''••?AV-'f-ri. « •r c<- ... 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