The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 6
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(to.) Upper Be* MotrtM Thursday, July 6, 1961 If ytm are mow laterested 2a exterior frills.»/ If yot» want tie joy of «tow&teatfjr then, wash... ' • . • •• If yoa ptetet simple, Mty-t64mtersi#i4 controls Art give you accurate dialing lot all fabrics and soil conditions.M If you'd like A dryer that can be cycled either (1) to stop when clothes ate dry, or (2) according to specific timt.,» If yon want the most tronbtefae home laundering service you can possibly get... Then, before you buy a new washer of dryer, DO SEC the new FREDERICK CY 4-4122 The best place in Algona lo buy fine quality hardware — at a savingl ALGONA Isabel Meiggs Dies; Funeral Held Monday Funeral services for Mrs. Isabel Meiggs, 88, former long-time Algeria resident, were held Monday morning in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Msgr. P. P Gearen officiated and burial was in Calvary cemetery. Rosary was said Sunday evening at Hamilton Funeral Home. Mrs. Meiggs died Thursday at a hospital in DCS Moines. She had lived in Dos Moines since about 1945. She was born Oct. 20, 1872 in New York state to John and Catherine Dudemple Tiss. She was married in 1900 to Vat. Meiggs at Corwith. He preceded her in death in 1915. For many years, Mrs. Meiggs lived at the home of the late Ike Finnell here and helped to rear the children after their mother did. She also was employed as alterations lady at the former Ooe- died. She also was employed as al- St. Cecelia's Court of Catholic Daughters of America here." Surviving are two brothers; Arthur Tiss, Fort Madison, and Adrian Tiss, De Rider, La. Mrs. Flora Tiss, Algona, is a sister-in- law. who wefe ftlsd Injured, ta the crash, are two sisters, Judy and Mary. ' , , • ••;• ( Mr. Morton lived here when his father and rrlfether,, the Iftte Mr. aftd Mrs. C3eor6e*MortOri, s o^* crated the Algona Country Club about 1940. He is a golf pfoles« sional. Funeral Held For Daughter Of Ex-Algonan Funeral services for Patricia Morton, 14, Webster City, daughter of former Algonans, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morton, were held Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church, Webster City. Miss Morton died .at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, late Saturday night as a result of injuries received in a two-car auto crash three miles east of Fort Dodge Sunday night, June 25. She was born at Seattle, Wash., Sept. 14, 1946 and since that time the Mortons have lived at Estherville, Fort Dodge and Webster City. She attended St. Thomas Aquinas grade school during the past school year. Survivors, besides her parents, COAST.TO-COAST STORES ^= COAST-TO-COAST STORES 1 A STARTS TOMORROW July Is Outdoor Living Month In Coast-To-Coast Stores American Mad* by Skilled American Craftsmen No Extra Freight or Shipping Charges PER WEEK New Defuxe Coast-King "Star Jet" BICYCLE Slim line tank modell 4-bar con- tllaver frame, chrome headlight, [at wing rear luggage currier* Boys In flamboyant ruby and Girls In blue with white trim. BOY'S 24 INCH. GIRL'S 26 INCH. Compare At $45.00 38 BOY'S 24 INCH. GIRL'S 24 INCH. Large 24 Inch DELUXE BAR-B-Q GRILL ( FREE Instruction and Cook Bookl Regularly J76.95 >S8 UnauembUd and In Attractive Carry-Out Gorton tl Joppiftone flnlih. Hat hood, «plt, UL approved motor, heavy duty cord. 1 Inch Trl-Pod removable folding legi. Crank grid adjustment and metal handle. Without hood. 88$ SALE Square FROZEN FOOD CONTAINERS Square far eaiy ftacklna.. Styrenv bate* and polyethylene lld«. i PIHT QUART GALLON B/oe Enornef COLD PACK CANNER W/ffi Rack and, Instruction* 20 quart capacity. Jar capacity Is 7 auarts or 7 pints. T4K x 7% Inches. F/ex/b/ LAWN Regularly 54.59 Double weight plastic. Withstands sunlight and knotting, twisting. Easy handling, lightweight. FOOT ...... — $1.77 Stofn/eiJ 5f«t/ 2-P/ece ^BAR-B-Q SET J2.99 Fork hoi bulldog prong*. Flexible spring tempered turner. American walnut handles, genuine cow hide thongs. NEW! Half Gallon I PICNIC JUG I 97 DYLITE INSULATION Keeps LlquldJceCeld ForlO Hours! Keeps LlquldSteamlng HotporSHoursI Solf'SeallngTopt No-DrlpSpoutl Sanitary Heat-Resilient ClassLlnerl Coa«f-To-Coasf YACUCEL ICE CHEST 16 x 12 x 13-1/4 Inches j high. Built-in divider, double croicover han* dies. Pearl grey body with removable blue eover.1 Foico JO Inch PORTABLE WINDOW FAN I ftsca Two *peed> >lx pole motor and a five year guoran* tee. CooU an average »'«e room In minutes. Fit* In any (tandard else window. 20 INCH DELUXE. Electrically Revertlbl*. Them- oitat Control , $34.88 COAST TO COAST STORIS ED WOIF, Owner ALGONA, IOWA James Stebbins, Ex-Algonan, Is Buried Monday Graveside rites for Jim Steb* bins, 38, Fort Smith, Ark., were held Monday afternoon at fiast- lawn Memorial Gardens here; Mr. Stebbins, a longtime resident of Algona until he 'moved to Arkansas several years ago, died Thursday night, June 29, at Mountain Home, Ark. Cause of death was uremia. Mr. Stebbins was diabetic all his life aid had been in ill health for several years. He' spent many months in hospitals as a youngster. ' Born and raised in this area, he was married to . Sarah Nell Phillips and they lived' in and near Algona until moving to Arkansas. She and three children, two girls and a boy, survive. Funeral 'services were hela Sunday afternoon at Mountain Home and the body shipped here for burial. ••• JayCee Autorama Ready To Roll The big Autorama sponsored by the Algona JayCees and 36 cooperating local business firms will begin next Mohday when registrations will be made available in the sponsoring stores. There is nothing to buy, but registrants will become eligible merely by registering for any one of a series of free "awards, and also the final big award of a Dodge Lancer car at the Kossuth County Fair. The JayCee committee in charge is headed by Eon, Taylor^ and James Doocy. More details on the big event will be announced next week. PRICED LOW — 1957 FORD 6-eyl. Custom 300, std. trans., 4 oV. — $950 2 — 1957 FORD Custom 300 V8's, auto, trans, R & H, your choice $995 li—-1955 INT. % ton pickup, riew ' paint, looks, runs goad _„ $575 1 — 1953 FORD 2-dr. V-8, over- 'drive, runs good. $195 1 — 1950 CHEVROLET, Hard top, good mechanically _ $95 1 — 1951 PLYMOUTH 4-dr., R. & H. lots miles left $175 1 — CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOO1 TER, runs/good $50 KRAUSE "66" SERVICE FENTON, IOWA (26) COAST-TO-COAST STORES 'C^. COAST-TO-COAST STORES I I COAST-TO-COAST STORES SCHULTZ BROS. TOP USED CARS ALL CARS CARRY ONE YEAR G W CAR WARRANTY (959 BUICK 4-door Sedan, low mileage, Dynaflow and radio, a one-owner car, very clean with the best of care. 1956 BUICK 2 door. Hard Top. Color is red with white top, very sharp looking and run- ing car. Drives like a new one, 1956 BUICK 4 dr. Hard Top. Radio and Heater. Very clean, low mileage, 42,000 actual miles, 1955 BUICK Special 4 door, tu- Jon», light and dark green. Very, clean. Formerly owned by a old couple thai just drove it on Sundays, Must be seen to appreciate. 1954 OLDSMOBILE 4-door. with radio and Hydramatic, 1953-FORD 2-door, V-8 engine, overdrive, straight transmission, tinted glass and radio. 1952 STUDELAKER '/a-Ion Pick' up, one owner, brand new paint job and good rubber. OTHER 1953 CARS AND OLDER ON OUR LOTI Schultz Bros. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS 'Buick 'Laik 'Poraiac 'Cadillac South Phillips Street — Algona 27 (•••••••••••••••••Jl For Rent 1?OR RENT — modern twb room a>artment, partly furnished. Phi 4*4672 or 4-2718. 2 1 ?* FOR RENT —' 3 room furnished apartment, close in, all utilities Included. Frank Vera, CY 4-3495.' I •' 27* FOR RENT — 3 room ground floor apartment, close in. Phone Q. A. Bjustrom, Burf • 27* FOR RENT — FURNISHED & heated apartment, close-in, private entrance, private bath, See Bjustrom Furniture. 45tfn USED FARM MACHMtfiMV* SICKLES FOR MOST POPULAR MAKES MOW- ESS. l 1—2 MH picker, 1959 ' A » ' mod-el .._'..*._.«».*'— 41990 1— J.D. bale thrower, fits \ 14»T baler ......... -u $275 1 — Liquid side dressing attachment for 4-row J.D. cultivator ............ - $150 i~-2 yr. old New Hollaftd Silo fifller, with pipes. attach. ____ .> ....... ..-* $195 I — Stanhoist t Loader w/show bucket —...—— ---- $190 1— Humboldt Loader w/snow bucket a.».i»-.-.*.*.*« $160 l«~New Idea tractor/ spreader? .L-.**... I—jfi 42 it. portable elevatdf W/Pft3. idflvlf, 2 Wheel' , , \ trucks -..•—-..*.-.:.—«* $410 1-^1937 ! Jp tractor j^B" - $125 , tfeene' "B", tractor, 1046, .{Jainled arid 6verhauled, $425 ,D». 3-14 tractor 'plow * W/high'Speed bottoms -. $560 NEW SPRAYERS ON HAtffi Twiri'ftriiUlic Mayrath. & Walsh. Dow; ftrltLMonsahto sprays 2-4-D ort hand. 1 Mi-jest Holland Baler Twine ' Bale - * r —— - $9 i 'WEfSBHOB Fenton, Ia. r C A R S W***tMtiBf**&^'*j&'*~~~* f *~ - nta*ew*l*r ^^mj^jj^Utt^ WIN Absolutely FREEI Nothing to Buy!-One pony, saddle, saddle blanket crtid bridle will be given some lucky boy or girl. Just fill out the official Nutre- na Free Pony entry blank, signed by parent or guardian, and drop it.'in the Prize Pony Drawing Box, before closing time, 4 P.M., Monday, July 10. Winner of FREE PONY will be notified. You do not heed to be present at time of drawing. .. 'Guaranteed pony from Winklem an's Pony Farm, Lohrville, Iowa. Come in* For A FREE Pony Ride HEY KIDS We will have 12 ponies at our Nutrena Feed Store from 9 A.M. 'til 4 P.M. next Monday, July. 10, 1961. Pony rides are FREE when accompanied by parent or guardian. Nothing to Buy. FARMER'S Co-OP ELEVATOR TITONKA, IOWA Your NUTRENA FEED Deafer ALL CARS CARRY 1-YEAR G W CAR* WARRANTY ! 1960 FORD Fdlrlctne "500" 4-dr., Oyerdrlve, power 1 steering, • radio, and tinted flips*. 19^0 FORD Falrlane, 4 door, 6 cylinder, regular standard transmission and radio. 1958 CHEVROLET 4 door station wagon, automatic transmission and radio. 1957 FORD Custom, 4 door, . with automatic transmission.. 1955 FORD Custom, 4 door, automatic transmission and radio. 1950 PACKARD with overdrive. Clean one owner car. USED TRUCKS , 1959 FORD/ 2 ton, 172" wheel base.- K E NT MOTORS Ford & Falcon Sales & Service CY 4-3504 Algona AFTER THE FOURTH PLASTIC SWIM BOARDS Ideal for learning/ or play FOR POOL OR LAKE USE Reg. Value $1.98 1.44 LARGE CANNON BATH TOWELS EXTRA HEAVY QUALITY ASSORTED STYLES Reg. Value 98c 77 BEACON INDIAN BLANKETS EXTRA LARGE 64 x 76" « 94% Rayon . • 6% Nylon • Moth Proof ASSORTED PATTERNS Reg. Value $2.98 si.99 DIVIDED PLASTIC PICNIC PLATES Reg. Value 39c Each 2 for 49c PLASTIC DISH PANS $1.44 1st Quality Lustro-ware Reg. Value $1.98 YUMMY! DELICIOUS! FIG BARS Reg. 29c Lb. 2 pounds 44c CLOSE OUT OF ALL STAINLESS STEEL Silverware 1 / 2 off ALL PIECES CHATTY CATHY DOLLS Dressed in SeVerql different costumes Extra cjothei available, Pull the magic string & she talks 11 different phrases. Reg $18.99 $14.99 JUMBO BEACH BALL Bright Colors for fun at the beach or pOol REG. VALUE $1.00 77 KIDDIES WHITE PURSES Large Assorted Style* YOUR CHOICE REG. VALUE $1.00 77 HASSOCK Tough Plastic Coyer. 2- Tone Patterns, Washable REG. VALUE J2.98 LARII5 WAiTZ LENGTH GOWNS Cool Pastel Colors Nylon * trl«o Beg. Vgjuf $1,91 $1.37 JOHNSON'S HEAVY FANCY MIXED NUTS Vacuum packed to stay fresh RIG. VAIU1 . STEP STOOLS t Chrome Leg* • Sturdy Construe. t 1001 Uses * 1Q 1 /'" High t Reg. Value $1.98

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