The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1959
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f- *> v rt r DOOR PR1ZES-GI Li ji!i!i.,i.jtitjiiiiii Have A building Or Remodeling Problem? Here's Your Opportunity To Ask .. • - > '" < ' • * \\ ' f ? V^t" <'•• You Are Cordially Invited To Attend... Experts lit » • BRONSON •AjlS , + , > > "t i- •> -^ £ * *" * » " \ * , * i'"r- * .r v i «» ,, , ,!< ,A/4 < >,1 t L.«. * -'.--v. ,:„;_>•..f-L^t-.^llj IM This Is A Builder's Clinic... Not A Sales Clinic! You can leave your piggy bank at home. We are not trying to sell you anything during this Builder's Clinic. Our aim is to tell you, not sell you. Whatever your building problem, large or small, you will find us happy to help you find the answer. In addition to-our regular staff, representatives from many factories will < be here to answer questions ' about the uses of their products. Some of them have traveled many miles to be of service to you, so be sure and bring your questions and consult with them. Bring The Whole Family,... Many Things Of Interest To Everyone! v You don't have to be a contractor or builder'to enjoy this clinic. Everyone from the kids to the lady of "the, house will find this clinic interesting and'informative. You can learn wh/'your last "Do It Yourself" ! project 'fell through,' and you x can ge£"-tips on Convenient little remodeling jobs' that will make life more pleasant and your home more'beau-. tiful. The experts who will be on hand can give you thejowdown on virtually'any .building 'or remodeling project you may have. " , > . WHEN YOU DECORATE USiV., *- non-yellowinj, tile-nite, hijh- (loss entmel that's wbitfrtliin whitil Lab^ir Is by 4*r tht qr«af«r part of th» «ip*ntt> whin you p»ln» your horn*. Elliott's B«si Houit paint lookl bttter and proticti tht sur> fac* y«ar aH«r yiar. You cannot •buy « b«tt«r, or mor* economical Mint than Elllott'i But Hout* Mint. . ** Washes fas/fy mad* in twelvt baautiful, rn«?rf«fn tints and ton«s, Can be wath«d r*p*ai«dly without. Injuring tha fin- l»h. Ea*y to apply ovar practically irf«e v U»v«Hy, on» s Worth of FREE Door Prizes TO BE GIVEN AWAY! ^ / ' 4 . Yes folks> we'll have many, many valuable and useful door prizes to be given away Friday. All you have to do is to come out and register. Drawings wiil be held at 9 p.m. Friday, frizes are still pouring in so we can't list them for you — suffice it to say they'll range; from Hog troughs to cabinets. Here's what you can learn ... You can learn why your paint peeled or why your fell off. You can find out why your paint's turning pink and why your house fell down. You can learn about amazing new products that are on the market or that will soon be on the market. You can learn a world of things that are valuable to any homeowner or prospective homeowner. COFFEE and COOKIES To Be Served From ; 1 P.M. Until 5 P.M. • : ; ;,; *:'CV: with arc 8 Yew '' ' '' ' J1: "' 1 - -'' -SIOUY. vl^r W^v« Round End Stock Tanks are fhe last word in farm proven, rugged slocManks. The -SIOUX- solder- less seams and patent "U" top and 18 gauge bottom are the result of years of careful planning end experimentation by -SJOUX- engineers working closejy with the farmers and stock raisers. In ordinary tanks the bottom wears out much sooner than the sides; not so with the -SIOUX. Actually the bottom of a -SIOUX- steel tank is' '/ 2 thicker than the sides and twice as thick as the bottoms of some tanks. Ordinary tanks have the same gauge steel in both the sides and bot- tcyii; The t-SlbuX- Round End Stock Tank, is the only stock tank with an 8 year warranty. Contact any of these area Contractors through us: Henry Holland &.Pat Murpjiy KenStrickler r Mullen Constructiqn Co. Ludwig Construction Co. Until 9 P.M. THE FOLLOWING^ Factory Representatives" Will Be Here To Serve You. NEBRASKA BRIDGE LUMBER CO. J. H. Baldridge -, . ,... s HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. C. R. La Bar re ELLIOTT PAINT CO. Stanley R. Fritz u STOTT BUILDING SUPPLY Hugo Jepsen * - .-''.„ '"••'', TIP-TOP DISTRIBUTING GO. t Vie Holtz ^ <A ' ;, ;•'» CERTAIN • TEED PRODUCTS CORP. Cleo E. Harter '' « . CLAY EQUIPMENT GO. •^ ,. Tim Johnson MID-CONTINENT LUMBER DEALERS Lee Greig SUPERWOOD CORP. ; Clem Neuheisel GRONEN LUMBER CO. Ma'urice' Knutson ' * •* MASON CITY BUILDERS SUPPLY Les Chaliberg . ' ..y ' ~ '' ' •« ACKERMAN SUPPLY , J Bernard Yeoman , » «. , . , .. ' LEHIGH PORTLAND CEMENT CO, SIOUX STEEL 00, : ROOK ISLAND MILLWORKS CO. FARROWIN@ STALLS Save More Baby Pigs MAS / !•'•' ou can stop little pig losses with, these y new' CLAY Farrowing Stalls. Tiip sow can't 'crush or lay on her young, yet they can nurse with ease and safe r ty. Here is a piece of equipment that will pay for itself many tunes over. .',These Farrowing Stalls are' designed to fit any layout, whether you far- rovy 5 or'BQO sow's a year. CLAY Farrowing "Stalls are. built of all-galva- niZjgd, heav^ 1 gauge steel. They'll last a lifetime. .'iet us help you plan your farrowing set-up , -. . • show you how CLAY Far- rovving Stalls can increase ;• r your profits. • BUY-SIOUX- The Most-Wonted WAQNER MANUFACTURING CO, , ^, ; R, Tufliff North of Algona on Highway 169 R, Bronsen, Owner OY 44319

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