i if' WHO IS IT? IS IT YOU? YOUR PICTURE HERE IS WORTH $2.00 IN TRADE ( ...^Mk. . —--- • ------- -.. __. JUST IDENTIFY YOURSELF AT ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES OFFICE WORTH $2.00 AT ZENDER'S WORTH $2.00 AT KIRK'S SHOES WORTH $2.00 AT CHRISCHILLES - AND RECEIVE YOUR FREE MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE I &-Algona (la.) Upper De* Moine* Thursday, April 11, 1957 Home-Show Hi Lltes Here and there at the secont • annual Algona Home Show — * * • Mrs John Weyderi of Algona after watching Beecher Lane, bake a potato in four minutes Using a new-fangled oven, remarked simply, "Isn't that something?" It sure was, and the J bacon, cooked to a "T" in a minute and 15 seconds and several other demonstrations Of the oven were something, too. * * • Old acquaintances were re- 1 newed in some instances. An Ames couple, Mr and Mrs Jim Neville, ran into and talked with many friends. Jim, now with a structural clay porducts firm, is a former resident and graduate of Algona high school, while his wife is the former Kay Dimler, Whose parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur Dimler, live at Lu Verne. Kay played basketball in high school at Lu Verne and followed the Lionettes by attending the games in the recent state tournament. Ralph Donovan, Harold Cowan, Bill Steele, Jack Chrischilles and a UDM reporter' were a few of the many who chatted with the Nevilles. Both echoed the senti-, ments of many in attendance when ' they stated, "Algona'a home show is much nicer than the one held at Fort Dodge." * * * All kinds of kids with yardsticks, pipes with balloons over the ends and also for bubble- blowing, and with mouthfulls of gum, were numerous every day. Mary Muckey reported no less than 42 towns represented and 2,200 names in her registration book during the three days, an indication of the interest in the show. One Florida auto was in the parking lot Sunday afternoon, proving the show received wide-spread attention. * » » Lawn-mowing can be made downright leisurely, according to Dick Norton. He showed a mower that had every modern convenience with the possible exception of a TV set and portable bar. He explained the company would "have them on all the 1958 models." The sign-up for next year's model began at once. The muddy condition of the ' parking area failed to keep many persons away, In some areas around the armory, mud was almost "overshoe deep," according to one visitor, who proved it when he came in the door. ; • •*.'« A photographer on the scene was engulfed much of the time •by children, who practically insisted on being in every picture taken. One of thS older boys a^ked "Did I smile?" after each -- flash bulb exploded, * * • Two exhibits seemed to be in ,"keys" spots. One demonstrated the manufacture of 'them, and th,e other gave away 1,500, with onte lucky person likely to receive a new range for the right key. Sunday's crowd was tremendous. According to Dick Carr, , chairman of the event, 1,500 persons paid admission that day alone. Total paid "approached 3,000, compared to 1,950 a year ago. Only opening day did the number present fall below last year's figure, and the final two days far out-distanced 1956. Most exhibitors' ran out of things to give away, including Wes B^rtlett, whose supply of •bubble-pipes was entirely used Wp by the middle of the after"noon Sunday. * • • Was the show a success? Ac* to one exhibitor, he sold .., of his featured item by the middle of Saturday' afternoon, JJe gave no final report at the conclusion of festivities. farm Sale Date .Thursday, April 2$~Lawrence Jensen, on. farm located north of SJwea City by blacktop to Minnesota line, 4 miles east. Complete dairy sale of 46 Holstem d»ws and a modern milk parlor (equipment. Oldenberg and •*••'-- auctioneers. Details in Meyer Court Fines Wayne Fox of gritt paid $5 BAO costs on a stop sign violation and I, E. MUler, Algona $25 —* costs tor intoxication in C. £. Shierk's court dur- wetted. of Bulgaria * into ORB Noted Surgeon Guest At Plumbs Dr. and Mrs Mclvin Reeves and their three children wtre guests Wednesday of Mr and Mrs Fred Plumb. The family is moving from their recent home in St. Paul to Portland, Ore., where Dr. Reeves will establish --his practice. After serving his internship at a Portland hospital he practiced medicine at. Hood River, Oregon, until he was called into the service during World War II. Upon receiving his discharge from the Navy he was awarded a fellowship for four more years of study. He returned to his Alma Mater, the University or Minnesota, and specialized in heart and lung surgery. Dr. Reeves is a native of Algona and his wife a former Minneapolis girl. He is the son of the late Milton Reeves, who died some years ago. and Mrs Doris Reeves who now resides in Braincrd. Minnesota. Mrs Plumb is an aunt of Dr. Reeves. Algona 3rd In Track Opener Failure of men to get points in the field events cost Algona's track team a possible second place finish in a .triangular track meet at Eagle Grove Tuesday afternoon. It was the first outing of the season for the locals. Eagle Grove took ' the meet Clarion with 37 and Algona with 35. The Bulldogs failed to take a first place in the meet. Seconds were garnered by Garry Davis in the 100 yd, dash; the two-mile relay team of Jerry Manser, Benschoter. Joe Hoenk and Har* vey Peglow; Mark McGovern in the mile run; the 880 relay team of Jim Cowan, Jerry Rupp, Bob Slobe and Darrel Davis; Deiter Gruner in the 180 yd. low hurdles; the medley relay team of Hoenk, Howie Funk, Dave Richardson and Keith Col well; Darrel Davis in the 880 yd. run; the 440 yd. relay team of Gruner, Jim Cowan, Garry Davis and Slobe; the mile relay team of Jerry Cowan, McGovern, Dick Rochleau and Jerry Downey; and Fred Strahorn in the shot put. The locals travel to Eagle Grove for their next meet, the Eagle Relays, Tuesday, April 16. "Yep, That's True, Doc . '. . . So Why Not Let Zender's Take Over Right Now ... . And Turn You Out WELL- DRESSED For That Easter Parade" The well-turned-out-male will appear on Easter day in a new spring-styled suit of lightened color, straightened lines,, narrower lapels, a minimum of padding, and a two or three button look. His suit, if it's from Zender's, will have a natural, comfortable all-season freedom and ease . . ,: in short, a Zender-clothed man will follow the undeniable trend to J957's Slim 'n trim,appearance. His Zender suit will have impeccable tailoring, richness of fabric, and the inner Quality that comes with the famous label on the inside coat pocket. Quality - Price - Variety , , , all three are to be found at Zender's I ZEND CLOTHING FOR MEN & BOYS WE'RE GOING EASTER FOOD SHOPPING AT RAY S MARKET >CAU SE THEY'RE LOADED WITH EASTER EATING BARGAINS I I FROZEN FOODS Again - By Popular "MINUTE-MAID" FRUIT -COCKTAIL Six * Delicious FRUITS Blended and Frozen Together 5 CANS $f CALIFORNIA YUM FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 5for$l SNOW BOY FROZEN 6-OZ. Orange Juice _ 3 for 49c SEA-PAK FROZEN FISH STICKS... 4 f or $1 BOOTH'S TASTY LOIN PERCH EASTER HAMS FILLETS - PER POUND 10-Lb. Box 2.69 • «•• * •v^«^i^«v 27c CRISP GARDEN FRESH ASPARAGUS Pound Bunch 19C CRISP RED RADISHES bchs. 13c GIANT HEAD LETTUCE 2 for 29c SALE of HORMELS CANNED HAMS 1 Y2 LB. SIZE 1.59 4 LB. SIZE 4.39 6% LB. SIZE 6.49 ALSO! READY-TO-EAT DEL-CUT HAMS ' Free Samples By George Saturday! • REGULAR WHOLE OR HALF HAMS • _ ___, 4 Free Hams Saturday! Just register your name at Ray's . . . IT'S FREE I Luscious Easter Hams to be J given away at 9:00, 11:00, 2:00 and 5:00 o'clock. Also register for the $49.50 FREE COOKER that we'll give away on Saturday, April 20th. PORK CHOPS, Tenderloin End... Lb. 39c ALL-MEAT MIXED, Hprmels LbJDc ALL-MEAT WEINERS, Hormels... Lb. 39c SLICED BACON, Rath Mulberry Lb. 39c Good Enuf For a Feast! That's Ray's Pure Ground,Beef We've got one customer who says he actually prefers Ray's Pure, All-Meat Ground Beef to a thick sirloin steak! No wonder — we throw away everything but the real red meat, we grind it fresh daily, and it's just plain wonderful eating. 4 Try it Lbs. $1.00 DESSERT - ASSORTED FLAVORS ROYAL GELATIN...:..,.........3 Boxes Ifc NEW GIANT SWANSDOWN ANGEL-FOOD CAKE MIX, PKg. 49C FREE COUPON INSIDE WORTH 25c ON FROZEN STRAWBERRIES ROYALTY .BRAND CRUSHED PINEAPPLE..... 5 cans 49c SALAD BOWL DRESSING _. qt. jar 39c ROBIN HOOD ENRICHED FLOUR .. 10-lb. bag 89c COMO Toilet Tissue : 10 for 49c WELCH'S LARGE 20-OUNCE GRAPELADE ... jar 29c CAMPBELLS RICH QUALITY TALL 21-OUNCE TOMATO JUICE..... 2 cans 33c MA BROWN STRAWBERRY 21-0une« PRESERVES .... jar 49c FQLGER'S INSTANT 6.QUNCE COFFEE jar 1.29 •M"D/1» tr K M * -. ,_.». __ _ NBC VAN 9-OZ. BAG WAFERS 2for49e HI-C 46-03, CANS Orange Juice . 4 for $1 NEW SMALL (White, Yellow) ONION SETs . 2 for 29c (Also Certified Seed Potatoes) Order Your Choice! LAMB CUTS FOR EASTER ! Le0$ — Chops — Roasts j FLAVOR-FED BROILER Spring FRIES I EACH The Wanted 2 • Pound Average Siie SMOKED CANADIAN WHITEFISH NATIVE BRAND N0 , 2 CAN 1 RAISIN Pli MIX.... 2 cans » 69c Ib. BAUfcY PICNIC SPECIAL I 4 CANS VAN CAMP PORK n' BEANS 1 BOTTLE KETCHUP < CANS - Set VALUE I KETCHUP — tit VALUE REGULAR We VALVE All 5 For 69c r mm*^^^mi^m~mi*m*m*im*i*i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^^j Ray's It 'A i I^TI Half i 11 i'rii'f in '' am -''«' i'ii'-1 I ' ' --" '- .
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