The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1959 · Page 17
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 15, 1959
Page:
Page 17
Start Free Trial
Cancel

r ebme they're all r*ody now! •"V^B^B^^^P *n^^BK^H^MH^BB^Efl pwwww UrMHHBBRBRl HARRIS SPECIALS infants 2-Piecfe Knit Sleepers **Mfc . ' ' • ' Soft cotton knit 'wltfi (fleece Unlng-washitblel 'Gripper fasteners. Colors Pink. Blue and <5Maize. Sizes j-2-3, $1,49 VALUES! BOXER LONG1ES •_»*,JU**! 26 Top Harrison Specials In This Ad - And AH Terrifically LOW-PRfCIIM Read 'em - Pick 'em! Shop For Many Other October Value* In Our • J -^— " *--"—-—=—• -" ———*• — —-- ^ .^j.—. ... ...... _- . „....„..„.».,. _,. __._,.... .. ...... 1$$'. &•& Yes, tnen-the heavy 9-ounce weighr, In favorite jgjj Buy'em by the box and save-buy for tricks arid brown color. The gloves that are bears ttt C;Vf treats-all your favorite candy bars (Snickers, Vtear- arid just LOOK at the saving! V.:! Milky Way, Hefsheys, etc.) at this red-hot Harrison price! Blue Enamel Roasters Wonderful ORUON Slip-Overs m Men's $1,99 Gingham Plaid J^ .Made of polished cotton .in fall colors of Gray, •Blue, Brown-full flannel. 'lined to match! All sizes / '3 to 8. Normally sell at $1.491 •.W' *V:-, ' i^j&jiiK ^;!?tij Or Ions from I j-&H^;;': Ithla maker -novelty ' : ^i^-jijn •^neckline cuts,also ^::iy^if».. plaijoa. Siiaes 32-3®«'' > >^ijH:V _>,They'ra $2.99 Vfilues-';':;!^;:^; O Another Harrison big-* bargain! Rich gingham plaid, good - collared shirts for men need little ironing. Wear'em now right through winter, S-M-L- $1.29 roastersl 13x9x6 size with solid, good-fit cover (or roasting chickens or meat roasts. Snap these up! MISSES ANKLETS Morpul stretch-toppers with triple cuff s-cxactly •what you.teen agers want for school. Pure white only. Sizes 9 to 11. 591 VALUES! Hi-Lo Loop Cotton Rugs Almost two x three feet Jargel Heavy rubberized cotton backfornon-slip. Colors to iriatch any ".combination *iir your home. $1.49 VALUESf Just right for chair .cushions, for pillow re- filll Each in poly bag. foam cushion measures '14 x 15 inches. Soft pastel shades. $1.49 •VALUES1 Ladies' 2-Psece FBanh'l Palamas ....-.. - » First Quality, Sheer, Clear Fall @ ^ ^ f X o>. Harrison record-breaker value! Regular 7.9# per pair sheer Nylon-hose at this ••special price! 51.'gauge, IS'denier--ypur favorites! Each two pairs in a poly bag. '' Osie Of Lowest Prices Sheer, Clear Dacrbn Panels! They're "Queen size"with strong folding tubular legs easy to attach Fancy tray tops light and dark, florals and figures. Made to sell for $1.99. Wonderful early- gift buyl The easy-wash, sun-« filtering dacron panels you want for nowl 44 x 81 inch full size in snowy white. $1.49 valuesl Re - curtain whole roomsl Green, growing philodendrons "and ivys just , v arrivedi -'healthy plants , ; . falll 39^ values I Big jumbo poly package of the new medium rule filler paper-actual 9&<f paper valuel Fits 2 and 3 ring binders. Full Bed Size Nylon-Rayon I8II Fully Automatic Elec. Toasters Fancy flannel prints, full cut for comfort, four styles with different necklinfes I If not import, would sell for $2,99. Sizes ..,• S-M-L, poly bagged, -Nisi! Shop early for these! Solid colors, stripes to choose in Green, Blue, Pnk, Brown, Maize, Heavyweight for winter. Slight irregulars, otherwise we'd have to price ' them $3.99-each in poly bagl 'vli *' 'Silent clock* automatic toaster beautifully designed, fully guaranteed by Ilarrisonsl 2-slice -style. Chrome with black trim. Extension cord. $12.00 VALUE! Full Lesigth : ^ At This Harrison tliriller! Full , length 14 x 50-inch clear glass mirrprs in strong natural wood frames. First quality. Solid backing. Made to sell for $3.98! lM!i$ *;#$:•: :<:•:•£>}:•: .r&jfe BUY EARLYI As pictured, three <• shelved metal carts with strong rollers on legs. 3-outlet plug for tpastert etc. In shining white! Actual $4.99 values—terrific! Hlgonn ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1959 Minor Collision From U» We Hove Th& i Know How ! To Fit You 'or* S» *" 'A ••;• (^o*ltZ~.CL (5) I, ~7^ /^ &"\ !\ Aulii-; (|i ivCil hy ,Tnf tlf-rsfh- nvm, L;ik''!,-i. ;<nd F.ppo John;! >n, I'.ui l.iln O-uler, < itlhdcil nt. the HUM : •" i,I |;;£h\v;,v H .in.) t)v.> mil' rn.nl. The- .fnhhfimi voh'chs i-t'M'.iiii \v;!h Ihf lie] Lehman ma- i i' 'in- ,i •, it turned IMS'. Mr ,l'i!iM'.iiii i I'pni !"-dlv l.'iitcd tn f.cf> the n'lir r y- ! i:( ; «' appfi >:x ii in?,. I >.ciii:i!',e In liir vi'hli'li's \v,i;i '.--tl- Mi.ili-'l ,.l $i;i'l Theie wen 1 ivi ] i- ; • <'>.: .11111 ii-.s. 90th IV I-' , • \ 1! -h- ; • ,. M.-iri.m < : -llll' "' : . . I. t p>lV-;>:'l ,n. i <•• i ' nti'. ..I. .. ! v. -I h, „ Olit'n hn th- l'M7. i't' I 1 ! ' • ,M . .if pi ,iclu e ii! T-! i i ' 'I HAMBURGER P!6 A bifj (bank-you to Mrs. M;ir;;;iiv(. I'mvmnn, Amos, ]o\vn, lor sharing her pet onc-flish meal: Combine 1 pepper, chopped; J /> cup bread crumbs, I medium sizi'il onion, chopped; % cup lomrilo KIIIICC. Mix thoroughly. I'rcss mixture to bot- lom and skk-H of a 9 or 10 inrh pin pan. Filling: Cook •','.'/ flip ncc. Add / cup tomato KOIICC lo it. 'J'nrn rico iitul tomato sauce onto hamburger "crust". Top with 3 slices pasteurized process clifCNc. Bake; ,'10 to 40 minutes in .'l. r >0-doKrec gfis oven. Serves G to 8. HAMG IT UP Cement a simill miignct inside your broom closet. It'll keep the dustpan <ift the floor, and within easy reach. CORD STAYS PUT Fasten a hir^e blanket pin to the side of your ironing lioard. Pull the iron cord through it. Now the cord slips freely back and forth... won't get in your way, as you touch-up sweet-smelling, gas-dried clothes! WALLPAPER WOES Do-it-yourselfers can gel, mighty d i s c o u r aged when it comes to r e moving o 1 d wallpaper. Don't let those stubborn patches discourage decora- t i n g. F i r s t, moisten a patch wall. Press a plumber's suction cup over the nrca. Pump repeatedly. This helps loosen the wallpaper; makes it easier to remove. Now you're . icady to transform. .Ilie_.r6ora with new paint or paper, new curtains and all the added touches! NATURAL ADVANTAGES PLUS Now, more people than ever will cook w i t h gas. Modern gas ranges built to Cold Star standards offer faster, cooler, cleaner cooking! The Gold Star gas range is jam- packed with wonderful built- in conveniences. My favorite: The roomy steel griddle. It converts to an-extra burner when needed! You get all the natural advantages ... economy, efficiency, dependability, plus all the new features: design, automation (timers that clock- w a t c h ; b u r n c r s t h a t pot-watch), best possible performance. See this gas marvel at your local fjas company or gas appliance dealer. © Northern Natural Gas Company, Omaha, Nebraska „ / «"••«* , ~ i r-v-!f>^>,:} ^>*^v .•^yc.pv ^ PRESTO —IT'S THERE! Storage tanks and bins, soot, smoke and ashes. That's what you won't have, when you're using natural gas! Cle;in, dependable natural gas is stored for you — in huge reserves far beneath the earth. Strong steel pipelines carry it right to tho burner tip of your gas appliances. Just flick a switch ... enjoy instant response any time of day! Your dependable pipeline supplier is N o r t h e r n N a t u r a 1 Gas Company. They pipe this precious fuel to your local A'a.s company (who piioes it into your home.) VOL. 96 - NO. 41 F-B Annual Meeting At Burl, Oct. 21 Mr-, .1 S Van Wr:{, rr f:il);>v<-> K'inn Tiurfau District If rnrmnitti'e.'A-orn;>n, will r,r> thf! ff-a'tiircfl '-rK-akfr a* the- K'rs^uth County Kafm Bureau Annual M'f'.n;; ,-i! Hie Hurt His'h Sr-huol '«n VV»'--ht""'i,!V. <>• t.. 21. ,'i p.m. '['!•!•• It'iOf) ni'-tiilv-;^ f ,f !hn C >un- tv K.ifm i;u:-»;iu will mof't. for Hit ir Annunl Mro<>!H! !o ek.'ct of- l-ri:---: nnfl a'lopl policy for the (•''llilMii vi HI. Mr-; Van Wft-1 will spr-;<k and •i.'i\v rnt'irer) slide-- nn her trip to Ovlnri in 11157 and to Krotlaml tin-- past summer. Mi 1 - V';m Wi'i't is presently <\ MII inhcr .>( the Advi.'Aory C.iunril "f tin- IVan of Home Economic.-;, Iowa stair University, and Pro- •"nlcnt of h<T lorn] school board, plim IHT many Farm Bureau and ACWVV ac'tiviliOH. All F,n in Bureau mcmbfrs an 1 iirticd to attend and all hnmr- Miakcrs ari> lirgod to linns' their favorite p;p and rn1r % r in the Pio Hakim: Conlcs't. Twfntv - fivf doll.'irs r.v-h prizr 8 ! will be- si warded in two divisions; Custard and Two Cru-:i. The pies will later i)'- used for rcfrfshmonts. Several entertainment numbers will also contrilnite to an t-njoyable eveniru;. Garfield Hustlers Add 4 Members Ciart'it'ld Hustlers mot Oct. 5, a! the home of Jerry Schmidt. Jerry Schmidt gave a demonstration on how to handle 1 a gun safely Art Mncjlor pave a report on his and Gary Banwart's trip, as a part of a judging team, to the Dairy Cattle Congress at Water-. loo. Duane Mr-lzger gave a report on the Junioi- Leadership Meeting that he and Art Moglor attended at Al^ona. Duane MelzKor is our candidate for a county officer; Art Mogleu is his campaign officer. We wish to extend a hearty welcome to our four new members. They are; Ronnie Buenser, John KeUlfsim, Leland Metxger and Merlyn Met/.sier. Cornel! Alumni To Meet Oct. 19 Invitntions nave hern sent to about -If) Cornell College alumni in the Algona area for a meeting to be October 19 at Van's Cafu north of Algona. Alumni Director Paul Scott and another member of the foile.Ljt.' staff will attend from Cornell. The meeting will include a dinner at (i:45 p.m. and reports of campus events. Parents of Cornell students, prospective Cornell students, and friends of the college are invited to the meeting, according lo the Algona area alumni club president. Cornell alumni officers for (lie Algona area are President Mrs Weslev H. Bartlett of 122 South Ridgley. Algona. a n d Secretary-Treasurer Miss Beth Annis of Algona. TWINS Lary and Gary Reffer, identical twins, recently passed the state board of barber examiner s. They're from Lenox. Gary is working at Villisca. SAW T... IT. Watson of Rutland was hospitalized, with the loss of the ends of four fingers, as the result of a power saw accident recently. Lifetime ...with a fine Diamond As an expression of affection, generosity or ihouglilftiJness, no has ever replaceJ a fine diamond. In • tin's store we proudly display iho cmljlern, Registered Jeweler, American Cent Suciety—yow guarantee thai you and your loved ones will always be especially proud yf u diamond purchased here.

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free