The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1961
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J » t- i * *•!. /* ' ' .r tf $ ^ '. M '.* ^t " ^Ni», AT CUILEN 10 in AIGONA REG, $18.08 $97 STARTS THUftSDAY pooled tv hi 1 '5 /°*l rf(i ' *>ries ,K*>.9™X REG. $1.00 SPRING STEEL LAWN RAKE SAVE 42e A handy, stur'dy fall lawn tool with 20 broad spring steel teeth anchored in square edge construction. Clear finish ash handle. FALL SPECIAL! Comparable Vol. $1.49 FULL Mt A QfT. CAty The easy, convenient.way fo enamel on hard • to - paint objects. Dries in'minutes, tUlT-reititant. Use on any dry surface indoors or out. Has high gloss finish and hiding power. Quality guaranteed. FALL CLEAN-UP SPfC/ALf PAINT ROLLER SET REG. £*£„ n.44 OO SAVE 78c - Get ready for that Fall paint-up Job. Set consists of a deep well tray I4l/ 4 "x9l/ 2 "j roller with end cap construction and easy-to-use wing nut; roller cover is of heavy pile Janel fabric. OVAL ENAMEL ROASTER REG. $2.98 Blueitone enamel double duty router that hold* a 23 Ib. fowl or 30 Ib. roast. Us* the cover at a second roaster. BE PREPARED FOR THE HOLIDAYS! FIBERGLAS FURNACE FILTERS A. I 5 I "V •,-.".«"- . REG. 95e eo. SAVE 26c 69 eo, Replace your furnace filters regularly for top heating efficiency! Made of fiberglas they rid air of dust, lint, pollen to make your home cleaner. Resists heat^and corrosion. Sizes 16x20x1, 20x20x1 or 16x25x1. Larger sizes available at slightly higher pricer , PLASTIC STORM WINDOW KIT REG. 29c 21 EACH Save fuel this easy way—protect your home from drafts. All you need is a hammer and scissors to install these clear plastic storm windows. 36"x72". HALF PRICE! ADJUSTABLE TRAVERSE RODS EXTEND 29" to 48" RIG, IRONING BOARD *PAD and COVER SAVE 99c Scorctaresistant silicone-treated cover reflects heat, speeds ironingjwin-layer feltray pad with poly-foam cushioning reduces ironing shine, provides air-flow action. OVER 50% DISCOUNT! NEW Polyethylene Handi-Dual PAIL REG. $3.98 SAVE $2.10 Work saver — time saver. Wash out of one side, rinse out of the other. Holds 16 quarts — enough to do a large area. Get your floors cleaner and more sparkling. Available in popular colors.- SPECIAL p& w»H «r wiling ln«t«IUtlon. Smooth pptntlpn. A4|u«t<iMt bnekth 1%" to 3%", Extend* 48" to 86 tlltl $3,98 Extends 88" to 120",,,,, $4.98 Sj & m m BATTERIES 5 for 4Qc with coupon Sov« 60% off ngtienal brand prlccf A real super bargain! Fits all Standard flashlights, Stock up npw«rlimit eight to a customer; no dealers. 5-SIWiD HOU5E BROOMS - finest broom straw .,„„,,;„;. $1,19 ITATi STIIIT •<* IN A160NA AL60NA, IOWA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1961 VOL $8 •-•- NO. 39 Chris Haases, Burf, Honored Butt *- The family; of Mr. and Mrs. Chris-ttaasc honored their parents at ah \opeh house at their home Sunday in honor of their 45th. wedding anniversary. The many relatives and friends who called were registered by Mrs. Melyin Haase. Diane and Anita, Moore were in charge of the cards'! and gifts. Mrs. Emil Haack poured. Leona and Bernice Haack served.. , , : Martha L a a b s and ' Chris Haas,e were married at Lotts "reek. The young couple - set up housekeeping near' Lone Rock. Chey also farmed near Fentpn, before moving to their present ibme near Burt.. They are the parents of three daughters, Agnes,. vMrs. Emil rlaack, Lone Rock, Leona, TK onka, and Bernice at-home, also wo Sons, Gordon and Melvin. )6th of Burt. There are eight grandchildren. '. \unt' Jemima Day Saturday, Oct. 14, is the ten- ative date set by the Burt Lions vhen Aunt Jemima will be on land to 'help the local group lerve a public pancake supper^ final plans are in the making. ?o stimulate interest in the at- endahce drive, the club divided he members into 2 teams, and he team with the highest percentage of attendance will • be reated to a dinner by the losing- earn, in May. Lion Hilton furnished the entertainment ; for the evening by showing a film. Ladies preparing and serving the 6:30 dinner were Mesdames Ray McWhorter, Tom, Trenary, Roger Scott and James Qhristensen.' ; Cookie Drive "Would you like to buy a box of Cookies?" This was repeated many times Mnday after 'school when the Burt • Brownies went from, house to house in their an- Tractor Caught In Cob Fire There was plenty of excitement, but fortunately no damage when a tractor got stuck in a burning pile of cobs near the Bud Anderson home north o£ Algona Saturday morning. Algona firemen were called and a crew of men from the Pioneer plant assisted in handling the situation. The above photo shows several firemen and men from Pioneer as they hooked a rope from the rear of the tractor to a truck just before pulling the tractor from the cob pile. The machine was not damaged. The ground jn the area, located near the west bank of, the Des Moines river, was slick and wet and th« tractor" refused to back away from the burning pile after the operator pushed a load of cobs to the, firs. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving) . nual cookie sale. i?he proceeds from the sale will replace money taken from the troop fund to pay camp registration and to purchase a new flag. Name Officers The Burt student body held election of officers of the student council Tuesday. Each class had their candidates and the candi- d^tes campaign managers gave speeches in their honor. After election, the following were installed as officers: president, Carole Weiner, senior, vice president, Patt Hoover, junior, secretary, Jerry Kissner, sophomore, and treasurer, Roberta Ackerman, freshman. Blue Birds Met . The Burt Blue Birds 4-H club met with Deborah Schultz Saturday and held election of officers Elected were: Evelyn Cher- land, president, Carole Weiner, vice president; Frances /McDonald, secretary; Judy Cherland, treasurer; Rose Ella Kahler, historian; • Jane Mitchell, reporter; Rose Mary Ulses, photographer; Deborah Schultz, special activity chr.; Janet Cherland, music chr.; and Diane Person,, music chr. . Four new members -joined tha club, Jill Smith, Valarie Holding, Kathy Patterson , and Marilyl Cherland. ; black automobilelibove I83he'1960 bodge Dart 440, pconomyVarsr Dodge that will wost any car'around.' For'a fact* it aci celerates seven percent faster on five percent less gas than last year's compara* tie model, Seats are chair-high,' There's, a ^old-down center armrest in front, [The i white car Is the lancer GT, America'! first Sports Compact Jt carries five. CON uers flat? Handle s 'neat. 1 Really goes; 'Bucket seats * all^vlnyl upholstery^full Wpeting are*standardr Tustproofed.'Has a smooth ride, Goea !32,000 miles between grease jobs, Aa always^ Dodge"' means . dependability. NOW JN mPU\Y AT JOUR MPWDABLZ DODGE DEALER PERCIVAL 899 S»v»h Phillip* St. MOTORS lovw

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