The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1961 · Page 4
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no (la) Upper Dei Molnei ThuritJay, Oetdbef 19, •,-^.^t.. .ft*, . jfc^. .^ V,.--* ^.J. , + . .^..ji. .. ... ,...•* J^fT.^-._..«........ ................:-. Mrs. Merriam •I Funeral services for Mrs. Albert Merriam, 69, were held Tuesday at 8:30 , a.m., at St Mary's Catholic church in Cor-- tVlth. The Rev. Thomas O'Toole. pastor of the church, and the IJev. F. Leo O'Connell of Hop* ki'nton officated. Burial was in the church cemetery. Funeral arrangements were made by the Blake funeral home. ';' Mrs. Merriam died Saturday Oct. 14, at Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. . The former Florence Tolllion, daughter Of Mr and Mrs. ; Charles Toillion, shi Was born at Hershey, Nebr. She married Albert Merriam on Nov, 28, 1914, at Logan, la., and had resided in the Corwith area fbr tparty years. Surviving are her husband: and foiir sons and one daughter! Jbhn of-Monterey, Calif., Donald of Fort Des Moines, Phillip of Louisville, Ky.7 Wilbur, of Lu- Verne and Mrs. John Baumeister of Findley, Ohio. Other survivors are 25 grandchildren and two brothers, John .Toillion .and Harlan Toillioiyboth of Eagle Grove ' Mrs. Merriam was preceded in death by one daughter and two brothers. : For Sale \ 'SALE — Apples — Apples Apples — 'All kinds — for eating, pies shd sauce. Prices per bu, $1.60, $2.60 and $3.00. The school boy size apples a $1,60 are ideal for Halloweeil treats, -^ 'Orion Fruit Farm, Algona. 42 Wanted WANT T6 LEASE - com stalk land. Eftiie Naumafl, phone If on 98, Butt, la. (23tf) BE YOUR OWN BOSS ! Sell shares of America's priceless industrial might T- all stocks, bonds, mutual funds in U.S.A. No. quotas, confining territories. Commissions 25% higher. Write •'— Conway Bros., Inc., Box 454, Spencer, Iowa. 40-41-42* WANTED TO -BUY ^- Alfalfa ha^. Ernie Naufnah, ph».ne 11 on gB-atBitft. , (23tf) Two AHS Seniors Rate Well In National Test Two seniors-at Algona high school, .Larry Danielson and Dennis Graham,, have been honored for their 'high performance in the National. Merit • Scholarship Qualifying Test, given last spring. The two did not reach the status of semi-finalist in the Merit Program, but will be considered for certain Scholarships offered through' the facilities of the National* Merit Scholarship Corporation. .' Danielson a,nd Graham will receive a .formal letter of commendation from Principal Elgin Al- Ic'n and John M. Stalnaker, president of NMSC. They were'sing- led out for special attention 'due to the fact semi-finalists and commended students constitute less than two percent of all high . school' seniors participating in- the test. . • . "EXPERIENCED CLAIM ADJUSTERS" Men who have had multiple line experience with good insurance companies are needed at once to work in the Fort Dodge, Iowa area. These are excellent positions which provide an opportunity for the right men to progress in the insurance field. Company paid life, hospitalization and sick and accident insurance. A guarantee of half pay upon ,retirement. , Write 'B. V. "Hanthorne, Auto- Owners Insurance Company, Box . 660,, Lansing, Michigan, giving full • details of background and training ; in ifirst letter." 41-42 Career mlfided representative, agel 24-40, needed,]by reading f«sd &r^i1i|tib&ent and supply ' eohipahy, sfiaif - &r iisyo ^pat week plus hotel allowances during iwd weeks ,of taatotof in Chicago to sell Cftlria, Glassware. Silverware, Kitchen Utensils' aha Etjuipmeht. Furniture and Fur- hishingsy Linens', -Paper Goods, and Janitor Supplies to Hotels, Restaurants, Clubs, Hospitals, Schools and Institutions. Liberal commission^ with $150.00 per week drawing , account arrange^ merit upon starting on territory. Territory ava'ilable consists of Algona, Mason City, Fort Dodge, Bobne, Des Moines, Logan, Siouk City, George, Estherville, Algona, Iowa Area. Write complete details to: Philip J. Green, Personnel Director EDWARD DON & COMPANY 2201 South LaSalle Slreei Chicago 16, Illinois (42*) OttP6RTUNITY MAN OR WOMAN Responsible person to service and collect from automatic dispensers. No experience needed. Car, references, and $450 to $900 cash necessary. 4 to 8 hours weekly required., Excellent monthly income. For local interview, write Kay Co., .902 West 77& St., Richfield, kinnesota. (42*) WANTED — Local lady as representative for specialty shop, *no selling, pledsant part-time occupation, good pay. Write Box 69-H; Algona. • ; ™ 42* WANTED AT ONCE — Male or female help. Algona Laurtdry and Dry Cleaners, across the street east of courthouse. ; 42 WANTED — Housekeeper for ah elderly Couple. Phone CY 4-4772. 42* WANTED — Job plowing at night or Sundays. Phone 4-3295. (42*.). BOOKKEEPING WANTED — Expert. Small or large. Anywhere in Kpssuth area. Write Box 69F, c/o Upper Des Moines, Algona. (42) WANTED SALESMAN Card Of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends for their prayers, calls, gifts, cards, and help during the long illness and passing of-mother Sparks. Mr and Mrs D. D. Sparks and family. • 42 CARD OF THANKS" We wish to'extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to friends and relatives for the floral and spiritual bouquets, cards and food,and everyone who helped in every way, following the death of our beloved daughter and sister. — The Family of Patricia Esser. 1 /: -'•. .--\i : - - 42 CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to 'friends and Relatives for the floral and spiritual bouquets, cards, food any everyone who helped in every way 'allowing the tragic death of our >eloved son, Mike. — Mr and Mrs Harry B. Foley and family. 42* CARD OF THANKS ' We wish to take this opportunity ,o sincerely thank our many friends and relatives for the visits, gifts, lowers and cards during the open house held in observance of our ,olden wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 15. We had a wonderful ime and appreciated everything. Mr and Mrs D. P. Smith (Dot and Don). • 42* DIAMOND'S CLOSING OUT SALE OF ALL PAINT!! ENTIRE STOCK MUST GO!! WE NEED ROOM FOR FALL MERCHANDISE !! DEALERS INVITED!! FIRST COME . . . FIRST SERVED ... ALL PAINT PUT ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK SO GET YOUR SHARE NOW!! PORCH & DECK - Reg. 98c OUT IT GOES 1 * Quart ENAMEL PAINTS Quart RUBBERIZED WALL PAINT None Better! — Regular $1.98 quart ALL PURPOSE WHITE Reg. $3.69 Value ... Out it Goes at 1.76 Gallon RUBBER BASE WALL PAINT None Finer - The $5.00 Kind N9W 2.27 Gallon SUPER RED BARN PAINT Regular $4.49 Gallon ODDS AND ENDS Includes Varnish, Trim paint and Implement] 19° Q«"t ••••• RUBBER BASE PORCH & DECK None Finer — Compare at $2.69 ONE COAT WHITE Regular $1.98 quart WHITE ENAMEL WALL PAINT Non Yellowing - Reg. $3.98 Now 1.76 Gallon LEAD ZINC TITANIUM PAINT Compare at $5.95 gallon Now $2.47 Gallon ONE COAT WHITE Regular $7.95 value *2.87 •*• Blister-Proof White Regular $8.95 gallon JACKfT HfAPQUABTERS OF N.W. IOWA '* *'"*"'' >^j •„ •*' , ('.<•••,, \ i ^~%,' -'';j >„ ';• ;' -*.'. j-t .» -. ... ,., s_.,J,,. GREEN SUMPS With the Purehttsa df CENTER CUT LOIN END ROAST IB. BAG LEAN & MEATY COUNTRY STYLE Rl WHOLE OR RIB HALF PORK FANCY LEAN SLICED BACO BEST , GET 25 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS ARMOURS STAR NLESS FRA ALL MEAT RING BOLOGNA Cut and Wrapped Lb - 1 Lb. Pkg. 1 Lb. Cello Lb. VAN CAMP PORK AND BEANS RENWICK LONGHORN CHEESE - CHOICE CORN FED BEEFQU/IRTERS COME IN AND LOOK OVER OUR LARGE SELECTION OF "VALU SELECTED" CHOICE BEEF. QUARTERS - PROCESSING FREE !! BIG 27 Oz. CANS INSTANl MAXWELL CHOUSE COFFEE NESTLES Pkgs. 1.00 SANI FLUSH.„;.:..„ Only Ifc FREE 25 GREEN STAMPS BABO 2 i 29 LARGE With Each !/2 GALLON ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS NORTH STATE FROZEN DINNERS Heinz KETCHUP 3 BIG FAMILY SIZE i.oo WRAP-IN-WAX Wax Paper HAM 'N YAM SALISBURY BIEF TURKEY FREE 25 GREEN STAMPS with purchase of Apples Perfex 59c SEEDLESS RAISINS..... 2 Lb. Bag 39c SWIFT'S SWIFTENING 3 Lb. Can We GOLDEN *• A ^^^^B^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^W ^^W ^EpBf ^EBB< fiBBjBi BBBBj ^B*f 4HK* * iPJEf^ ^^88881^ "^W ^BBBBBpBBBj LOW PRICES

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