The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1959 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1959
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4-Algona (In.) Upper D«s Moinw Thursday, March 26, .ft 5 . 4 > Miss Iowa To Be Guest At Home Show The 1959 Algona Home Show is ] scheduled for three days, April! 3-4-5. at the National Guard armory. The theme this year is "Living designed for Tomorrow." Having booths at the show are Ready-Mix Concrete & Lumber Co., Foster's Furniture, Lindsay Soft Water, Kossuth County Extension Service. Bjustrom's Fur-t. hiture, L. S. Muckey Plumbing & Heating. Kelly Lumber Co, Carson's, Thermogas Co. of Algona, Culligan Soft Water Ser,vice, Botsford Lumber Co., Donovan Specialty Shop, Algona Plumbing & Heating, Wiltgen's Jewelry, Algona Greenhouses, Read's Furniture, Charles Miller Sales, Tom's Radio & TV, Miller Lumber Co., TayJor Implement & Algona Flour and Feed, Hall- Strahorn Hardware, North Central Public Service Co., Cullerf Hardware, and Kossuth Radio. Organ music will be supplied throughout the home show by Bill Watkins. Features of this year's Home Show program will be a visit from Miss Iowa, Joanne McDonald of Ames, Jerry Smith, the yodeling cowboy, the Nub- bins Barbershop Quartet jtrom Spencer, and an Algona High School Rhythm Band. Home Show hours will be from 2 pjti. til 9 p.m. daily. Admission, as in past years, will be 25c per person, with children under 12 years admitted free. Study Expansion, Lone Rock Co-Op Directors of the Lone Rock Co- Operative Exchange Co. have called a special meeting for April 3 in the Legion hall there. Under discussion will be the-proposed construction of a modern bulk fped plant. Along with the plan would be a grain bank plan. Grain banking is an outgrowth of bulk feed mixing and delivering. It works like a bank in that corn and other feed grain aro deposited at the local elevator or feed mill. Whenever the feed is needed, the elevator delivers; charging only for storage processing and delivery, plus added con« centrates. New Term Of Court To Open The March term of district court, with Judge Fred M. Hudson, presiding, is slated to begin next Monday with an assignment of cases. The grand jury is to report .the following morning, Tues- day, Mar. 31, and itflll be ready to serve At that time. At the present time, it appears the doci ket this term will be light. The Algona Implement Co. sled for settlement of an account against Roy Burfis. The amount due, $513.45, is the unpaid balance due on purchase. A county attorney's information was filed against Joseph L. McDonough for false uttering of & bank check, also this week. Milwaukee Ry. Tax You think YOU pay taxes? The Milwaukee Railroad tax bill for 1958 to Kossuth county is $18,* 1?9.86. Payment is in proportion to the road's mileage in each txnmty. About half of the pay* ment goes to Iowa schools. Card of Thanks TO ALL OUR NEIGHBORS, friends and the Algoha firemen who helped at the "fire and to clean up afterwards, we express our sincere thanks, < All the Sparks at Hobarton. ^^^^ 12* 1 wish to thank all my rela» tives and friends for the cards, letters, .flowers, visits and many acts of kindness shown me dur* ing my recent accident. Mrs Frank Flaig, Lone Rock. " 12 My sincere thanks to all my friends and relatives for the cards, gifts and visits- I received I while at Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodgei -Mrs Ralph Kramer. 12* SWIFT'S PREMIUM FULLY COOKED, SHORT SHANK $198 $6.98 3 Lb. 63-4 WHOLE - HALF - QUARTERS $3.98 $4.98 4 Lb. 5 Lb. Swiff* Sweet Rasher SLICED BACON YOUNG - TENDER - LEAN - CHOICE CUTS .-_. .- All Excess Fat And Bone Removed ONLY ; SPRING NEW! FASHION RIGHT 3 MORE SHOPPING DAYS TIL EASTER ! You'll Find A World Of Lovely Things For Spring Graham's FASHION BALCONY and FIRST FLOOR SHOP Dresses and costumes in Spring Navy or luscious pastel shades, so perfect,for Easter and all occasions Saucy new hats in crisp straws, many flower-bedecked, and all as fresh as the new season Fashioned-right new handbags, in colors to harmonize.or match any outfit "Leather-look", toppers, tailored or sparked with beaded trimming Costume-completing gloves, fashion jewelry, scarves Children's EASTER HATS $1.98 TO $2.98 BEEF QUARTERS: 1 , I S * W. *• J We" have been getting some light beef quarters: Iowa Corn Fed, Nice and Plump — Cut and Wrapped at No Extra Charge. , / . ' CUT UP Fryers 79 Ea. CLOSE OUT - WHILE THEY LAST Whole, Headed & Dressed Lb. Box WHITING FISH SUN GIRL ! $ MA BROWN SALE Pickles Bread and Butter — Sweet .Delicious Chips — Sweet Mixed — Beets 1 l , i Preserves Apricot — Peach — Pineapple — Blackberry — Cherry FOR Easter Finery for the girls You'll find a prettier-than-ever array of Easter Sunday best and party dresses, in the whirly skirted styles the girls like best . . . in spring's most delightful fabrics and colors. Some costumes in the group, too. Come, see, She'll love them and so will you. <2.98 <- '5.98 f GIRLS 1 EASTER COATS SLICED ' PINEAPPLE 3 Cans 89c RAPINWAX Roll 19c FLAV-O-RITE FLOUR 25 Lb. Bag $1.69 FIRESIDE Marshmallows 2 Bags 39c GIANT DEXOL Or PERFEX Box-59c LIBBY'S PEAC ossses" SLICED OR HALVES, IN HEAVY SYRUP NO. 2</2 CANS •3SE3SL " cans FOLGER'S INSTANT COFFEE 6 Oz. Jar 89c CAL-FAME PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT DRINK- 46 Oz. Can 29c COUPON , This 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 More AT CONSUMER'S! Limit . V . One Coupon Per Customer! Offer Expires March 28th KffifflMfWl £*: No. 1 Sweet Potatoes LETTUCE Nicely tailored Spring Coats in fabrics. Navy and A98 Pastel Shades ... w — 14 98 CELERY Carrots Avocados STOKELYS FROZEN STRAWBERRIES OR RED RASPBERRIES PKGS. S J, Be Sure To Register For FREE HAM To Be Given Away In Our Store This Saturday NO PURCHASE NECESSARY! EASTER CANDIES A Complete Line To Choose Froml JEUY BEANS 2 Ub. Bags 49c I J FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE OR WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE 1 2 DOZEN DAFFODILS CONSUMER'S COUPON Expres March 28ih I I I I

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