The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 22
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 26, 1961
Page 22
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YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE EXTRA MONEY i = TRADE EXPANSION CAM will get underway in Afgona and Kossuth County APERS GUARANTEE •I^HmBHHBBinBi •••••••••••••••^•BI^MHHMUiaBaaaMaB ^wMMMI^HIBiHIIII^I^DIIIIIIH^IIII^IIIH HBSDI^HMBRBMHHSBBEDHDHHHl^^Mi^^^^HMU^^^BMlBi^iHHl^iHHn^i^illl^^^^illHIII AYS' WORK NUMBER OF ACCEPTED WORKERS TO SELL [NEW AND RENEWAL TO THE ADVANCE AND UPPER DES MOINES. QUALIFIED WORKERS WILL EARN THE OPPORTUNITY TO COMPETE FOR - 2nd Prize 00 4fh Prize 5 *l It fl oo 20% commission paid to all workers not Other Prizes... •••••••••••••••••••••••••••i 5ih- $ 100 00 6th- 75 7th- 50 00 00 a prize NO MORE THAN 14 WORKERS WILL BE ACCEPTED - SO APPLY NOW! Save $ 1 on 2-year combination DURING THE CAMPAIGN - 2 years for $9 for Both Papers in Trade Area! TRADE EXPANSION ENTRY BLANK C 11 D *r AND MAIL OR BRING T0 THE This Entry Blank CAMPAIGN DEPARTMENT AT THE UPPER DES MOINES. CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS FOR BOTH NEWSPAPERS. "Trade-Expansion" Campaign Department Algona Newspapers — Algona, Iowa ,„ , fle "? «"*« my "<"•"» as ono of the "Tradn-lxpansion" Workers in your campaign. I understand all conditions of it and agree to be governed by whatever rules are made for the protection of the interests of the various workers I sign this card with the understanding that I am to have 10,000 FREE "Trade-Expansion" votes. Signed Phone No. Address Subscribe Now- Rate Increases At Ind of Campaign, Rules and Regulations • - - ^ , . ' • • . V v 1". Any person of good character is eligible to enter, the Subscription Campaign. Regular employees of The Algona newspapers are barred. This does not apply to correspondents. 2. All nominations and enrollments must be approved by the Campaign Manager. 3. Any person can nominate himself or herself, or a friend can do it. Names of persons making nominations will not be/divulged without the consent of the person making the nomination. 4. The Subscription Campaign opens Monday Oct. 30. 5. Any person enrolling in the campaign and turning in ten or more subscriptions per week and not securing one of seven Grand Prizes will be given a Commission of 20 percent on gross amount of subscription money he or she turns in at the close of the campaign. . 6. Votes Will Be Given for money on subscriptions, both old and new. , 7. In case of tie votes, prizes of equal value, and character will be awarded at the close of the campaign to those tying. 8. The prizes will be awarded at the close of the Campaign in the order of the votes the various Workers have. 9. A Worker cannot receive both a prize and a commission, unless commission exceeds prize. All workers turn in their subscription money at least four times a week in order to be considered active. 30. Votes issued to one worker cannot be transferred to another. 11. A list of the workers and the number of votes accepted for publication will be published from time to time throughout the campaign. All subscription votes will be accepted for publication at the discretion of the campaign manager. 12. Any workers attempting to intimidate or buy another worker's votes or attempting to pool subscriptions with an en« rolled worker will be dismissed from'the campaign. 13. Every worker must subscribe to the Campaign ruleis, '14. The Algona Newspapers reserves the right to make am«»d- ments to these rules so that the progress of the campsgn/ may develop as desirable, such amendments being madfrlfn the interest of the campaign and the. workers. ff 15. The Newspapers reserves the right to remove any worker from the campaign for good and sufficient; cause, and all decisions of the papers and the Campaign Manager are final. 16. Changing the name of the subscriber in the same family does not constitute a new subscription. 17. The Campaign will be divided, into two periods. During each of these periods extra votes will be given in addition to the regular schedule as explained te workers, 18. Telephone solicitations prohibited: Campaign Conducted by Marion Circulation Oo, Welt Relnish, Manager

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