The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1957 · Page 15
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March 28, 1957 DOWN HOLDS! Regular Price 99, 5 <* PRE-SEASdN DISCOUNT YOU PAY ONLY Sto M «rd Wh««lf-No Sealptna 3' Satin Latex Nylon PAINT BRUSH 100% pure Tynex bristle brush especially designed for Satin Latex. <<ed Devil, All Steel SANDING BLOCK VA HP 4-Cycl* Ingln* wHh Rtcoll 7,50 Per Week, Payer b/0 Monthly Holds !«4 sheet «f sandpaper. Has fool-proof lock. Red enameled. HlMM Giant Bat* of Ftnwl Conttnicttvn ARTISAN P22 ROTARY MOWER Just $1 down holds this terrific, new for 1957, 22" rotary mower for you! Pay for it later, when you need it—at the current low sale price of $78.88. This beauty will make lawn mowing a snap come spring. Equipped with powerful 2 '/* H.P. 4-cycle engine that zips through grass and weeds witn equal ease. Recoil starter gives quick, sure starts every time. Has staggered 8" wheels with nylon bearings. Trim to within /2 of trees and fences—eliminates tiresome hand-trimmina job. Features new, easy to handle, "U" style handle. „„, 19 Gauge—50 ft. Roll MECHANICS WIRE 20* Value Soft annealed wire that's Ideal for use around home, garage, etc. 18 "WASP Rotary 54*5 21" CERTIFIED Self-propelled 13995 •M-MM 18'ROCKET "88" ;4-Cyele Rotary 7491 "DUO-JET"' 19" Rotary 89* BM-M77 18*EXPERT Reel Type 9450 MtMM ' 6' Neoprene Appliance CORD SET 75* Value 49< 18/2 HPD neoprene heater cord with miniature switchless connector. 0IM21I 9 x 12 Foot Paper DROP CLOTH 1.10 Value 69< Heavy.duty krinkie craft cloth protects against paint spatter. MO-IIW Single Edge Blade GLASS SCRAPER 25* Value Warner scraper hgj slip.pack safety feature, Scrape* paint, dirt easily. Scrub-Proof Beauty! HOMEGUARP LATEX 498 VELVETIZED for soft- ton® finish ised in GALLON •r Its so easy to beautify wfnter-weary rooms with Satin Latex; Use roller or brush—one coat covers- dries quickly without offensive odor. Brushes and spatters clean up with plain tap water. Satin Latex Is homogenized for velvety richness. SATIN IATEX, Quart Size 1,40 . »»»»•••••§ ••fr MO-MOM* SATIN IATEX 96 SMART COLORS DRIES IN MINUTES COMPLETELY WASHABLE ' i formulated for a 1000 uses I Save Now! 18/2 Type S, J. SiRVKf CORD Foot Jr. hard surface cord with insulating rubber jacket, N.E.C. approved, Five Pin Tumbler NIGHT LATCH Fit, door 1 '/ 4 »3'tWek.3'^ x 2V ca*e. Hai lotch, k/veb, two DURA-GLO ENAMEL 19 2 QUART Uf PINT \&i&?'''~.<m l> - ? *pi^; -. m > »• .. • • iW.x^ ^ &' t, %^ v •.irtJ- %- An oll-purpoi* dowrotiv* ens. n « Wjat If equally luperior Indoon or OMt, Plows en imtootWy rfghl from the con with free, eaty itrokei. Uovet a - pletely free of brush mgrkj, Ute It «fl wood or metol. €ploj-| ttgy bright for y»or». 1 7 color* plu» plgciL while, MMM, OB*lfc MMW, ^— ^* * '"""'"''"WWSSSBSSS^M 555SS?* SSSSSS X°w Gamble 5tor, wr i 9ht ^j ALWAYS BETTER BUYS AT GAMBLES IO.QUART PAtt 57< PIASTIC UNEft Valu. 3* H buih«l llu* or «f*e». Cult RUBBER MAT 1.49 Valu* 77< •V <• A •• S ^^_lW4. s - ihe«i . U 1 20* fJS^ te-8 Lw Specfol ion BOWl BRUSH 391 > '44« 27< IS* bnnh wMi pMh w bltf* MXI-mot plot* brittle*, r V t** M, ^>*''-' »u***c •T**t--Ji Chatham STEEL HAMPER 7.9$ Value V«nfflatol •**• P«r 25*20x1! M' wMk O-Cel-O SPONGE KIT 94j! Valu* 39< A tponyt foe WC *»»d!1 tMdfi/m tli», •moll its* I dUmop. Value Buy! aOTHESPWBAO 49)f Valu* WlfrxtOft » ?•••»« do* bog held, Used Merchandise WASHERS A-W Wringer Type THOR Washer, Wringer Type ABC Wringer Type Montgomery-Ward Wringer Type Blackstone Wringer Type Coronado Wringer Type Coronado Automatic REFRIGERATORS Frigidaire, 8 cu. ft. Crosley, 4 cu. ft. Frigidaire, 9 cu, ft. Wetfinghouse, 10 cu. ft. 0-f, 7 cu. ft. 17" Carlson Portable 21" Coronado fable Model USED RADIOS, GAS RANGES AND OTHER GOOD BUYS AT Twmi - AJJ Ui*4 II March 28, 1957 Merrill Walker Weds A Blue Earth Girl, March 4 In a ceremonyjperformed March 4 at Sis. Peter and Paul Caiho- t£n c te» ^S 1 " 6 -!?, r , t r\ Patri £ i ?, Louise Wiltse of B J ue Earth became the bride of Merrill Walker of Algona. The couple is pictured above p a »u SiT u1j i8 a dau ? hter of Mr and .Mrs Jerome Wiltse of Blue Earth. The bridegroom is a son of Mrs Clara Walker of Algona. They wm e = at K en « d u ed ty *9 ol ?. enJ Wiltse, sister of the bride, and Jerry Wiltse. brother of the bride, and Florin Jordahl of Blue Earth. A reception followed the ceremony. Mr and Mrs Walker will make their home in Algona. . The bride is a graduate of Blue Earth high and was employed as bookkeeper by the First and Farmers National Bank at Blue Earth. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy in /TfPSS a ' and l f employed by the Pioneer Seed Corn Co. (UDM engraving) Requests For Extra Corn Reserve Acres Accepted Farmers of Kossuth county who indicated in the 1957 corn acreage reserve agreements Whicli tKey"^gTArd~t!5ntear-(fh' 8 ;hat they would like to put in nore acres than permitted • a that time are being advised by the county ASC office that the additional land will be accepted The offered additional land amounting to 1846.7 acres, woulc raise the total in the 1957 corn acreage reserve in the county to 5856.7. Total possible payments under the regular agreements signed in the county amounted to $186945.80. This will be increased to $273112.20 if all of the offered additional land is entered. Farmers who offered the additional land in the sign-up period will have 10 days from the date of notices mailed to them by the county ASC office to amend theif present agreements ' to include the extra land. Only those who indicated in their agreements that they wished to put in more land will be permitted to do so. FIVE A lamb on the Clarence Tomas farm near Red Oak was born with five legs. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 11 Bancroft Named Jr. Legion Site Bancroft was selected as the site of the state Junior Legion Baseball Tournament by district chairmen at their meeting in Des Moines Sunday. The meet will be held Sunday and Monday, Aug. 11-12. District title winners will compete f6r the state championship and the title winner will advance to the regional meet and a possible shot at the national title. ' Harold Lampright of Algona, chairman of Junior Legion base-) ball in this district, attended the meeting at Des Mojne^ and made the announcement of the site selection Tuesday. • Proclaim K. C, pay By ProoWraation of Mayor C, C. Shierk, Friday, March 29, has jeen designated as Knights of Columbus Day in Algona. The organization is observing its 75th or Diamond Jubilee year of organization this year. It was 'ounded by charter, March 29, 1882. jp the State of Connecticut. It's wrong, all wrong for us to keep on spending cent we earn 1 " Be financially strong by placing your money where it GROWS! Open a pro!it- earning Savings Account with us and receive liberal dividends on your savim's TWICE ' YKAHLY. Stop m TO1>A Y. Home Federal Saving* & Loan Awoeifltlon

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