The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1957 · Page 17
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"V,- June 6,1957 Igona Upper Bes Jftomes: June 6,1957 NOW Is picture time tet tit for KODAK FILM fost, expert finishing, too! RUSK DRUG WANT ADS BRING RESULTS West Bend Lady Now Manufacturer Mrs Henry Kilian of West Beftd has made ail necessary arrangements to manufacture and distribute commercially a salad dressing which she has originated. While cooking at the Legion Club, there, Mrs Kilian experimented and found the dressing popular with club patrons. The new product will be marketed through local chanels. Upper Iowa Orad Gary Sehichtl, Upper Iowa University senior from Burt, was graduated Monday, May 27, at 10:30 a.m. in Colgrove-Walker auditorium. Sehichtl, who majored in political science, received a Bachelor of Arts degree. He is the son of Mrs Florence Sehichtl. F.B.Y.P. Turn Scavenger May 29 Members of the Farm Bureau Young People's organization enjoyed a scavenger hunt Wednesday evening. May 29. The group Was divided into four groups, with the search ending when the final treasure was found at Call State Park. All present then returned for a lunch and games at the Farm Bureau building. Glenda Black and Jeanette McCarthy were on the committee. Bill Freese Is Corwith Coach Bill Freese, freshman baseball coach at Iowa Teachers the last two years, has signed a contract to coach basketball and baseball at Corwith high school. The 29-year-old native of Wiota, who was in the professional baseball ranks for six years, will be graduated from Iowa Teachers soon. Freese pitched in the American Association and International League and also played for Quihcy of the Three-I League. The extended right arm of the Statue of Liberty is forty-two feet long. Seven From Area Get Iowa Degrees Friday Degrees will be conferred upon some 1,100 students at the State University of Iowa's spring commencement exercises this Friday, June 7, at 9:30 a.m. in the University fieldhouse. Seven students from this area are included. They are James L. Kellcy, B. A., and Mrs Judith Murtagh Thoreson, B. A., Algona; Roman W. Gales, M. A., Bode: Lynn E. Ruske, B. A., Fenton; Sverre H. Hammer, D.D.S., and LeNier R. Emerson, B.S.C., Swen City; and Mary K. Truesdell, B.S.C., Titonka. W. Howard Chase, president of Communications Coutrselors, Inc., of New York, and a 1932 graduate of SUI, will give the Commencement address. President Virgil M. Hancher will deliver the traditional charge to the graduates and confer the degrees. Attends Conference Frank Riley, S & L Store manager here, attended a three-day merchandising conference held by the home offices of S & L Stores. Inc. at Minneapolis. The meetings were held at the Biltmore Motor Hotel in that city, and featured discussions of fall merchandising. Forty-two store managers were in attendance. Our Best Rayon Cord Tires SUPER CREST TUBE OR TUBELESS OUTRIGHT LIST PRICE OF FIRST TIRE 18.75 38 670x15 TUBE TYPE PLUS TAX, EXCHANGE* • Eighteen Month Road Hazard Guarantee • Cold Rubber Tread • Super Rayon Cords • Full Skid Depth FIRST .NEXT TIRE* TIRE* Tube TftSe" "16:95 '8.47 650x46 Tub* Type 22.55 11.27 640x1 i TubeTVfW flip 9.05 670x15 Tube Type 18.75 9.38 710x15 Tube Type 21.00 10.50 10. «O. IM. US. M. Mi. OS. Ml SIZE \ YPE 760x15 TubeTy^e* 800x15 Tube Type 670x15 Tubeless 710x15 Tubeless 760x15 Tubeless FIRST TIRE* NEXT TIRE* 23.00" 11.50 25.30 12.65 21.20 23.50 25.70 10.60 11.75 12.85 •Aprk«f«l9EO«JU<OM«U. E.cho^.I^.. IINolR^oppobl. Add 1.50. *-»—-"I Hand cultivator, garden or transplanting trowel. Made from heavy 18 gauge steel. M4W.MW.MB SPRINKLER 2.98 Value |79 Save 39%! 3 aluminum ormi with bran tprlnk- ling tips. Sprays evenly. Rustproof. BOW RAKE 2.39 Value &*J*t&>4 w-cu UTILITY BOX Regularly 1.09 88 Ute at tackle box, tew* ing box, tool box etc. 1114x5x3 W all iteet. Blue, green, maroon. O4M CASTING UNE Regularly 1.19 88 Multicolor nylon—fish can't tee It. Maximum water repellancy. 20 Ib. tett. 50 yd. tpooL P'%'i 1 ijivji'«w<;i!M5»>-^«jw} T ' ? „ ' -< , |89 14 tooth round bow rake forged from a solid piece of steel. 5' solid ash handle. GRASS SEED 89* Value 69< i\ > j One Ib. box of Magical • - Green seed. A hardy, fast starting blend treated with Arasan, CASTING REEL Regularly 2.49 *rv™*Xf *\t A perfect reel for the beginner fisherman. Has plastic end plates. Level wind type reel DMMS CASTING ROD Regularly 3.98 288 You save over a dodarl 5 ft. Hiawatha glass rod with 3 chrome plated 't <s^V<* '' guides, cork grip. to f **Lu4.&t4&***f^,)^s*~<L^ V^T-TI CRASS SHEARS 1.25 Value . E ,«- -I »$ Stalwart pump action -i shears with 6" rust* proof blades, 11 * overall. Red handles. SPIK-N-CAST Regularly 12.95 Spinning reel and 5' 2-pc. solid glass rod combination. Includes practice plug, Una. your home for ""Mess than t?&»tfi Gambles GRADE "A" EXTERIOR PAINT 77 to,6RADE"A"^ iURIOR PAH] WHITS f »«• '< £ Compare of L ^5 a Gallon 3 Oal. in lot* •f 4 or mor* : '"•«. (•'fr'H Ht*t|J.tt • Roll, irv*h« or Spray ft Ow • Self-deaning Bright WhrH • Hat Weolher-Tetled Formula • Buy In Catt toff and $avt SATISFACTION GUARANTEED wo poWln0 season b hero! Treat your houw to a dazzling whit* finish for <w unbelievably low eo»t. Grade "A" wilt add value to your home—Buy It on oosy tormv Algona Days Bargain Buys! For Thursday and Friday S. 0. S, Pads ..- 2 Boxes For 15c Tuffie Rope Clothesline 100 Ft. 66c Lady Helen Floor Wax Pint 23c 4-Pc. Mixing Bowl Set .....Set 1.99 Ironing Pad & Cover Set 1.44 Reversible Dust Mop (2.98 vol.) 1.77 Coping Saw, Regularly 59c 39c Roller Skates, Reg, $3.75 val 2.69 Years ahead features make HIAWATHA Your Best Buy Priced as low as FUELM ASTER Ends tricky on-the- water refueling. Faster, Safer! 9.95 Down, 1.75 Per Week, Payable Monthly You're really livin' when you take to ths water with a feature-loaded, super-quiet Hiawatha for '57. Tops for fishin', water skiing or taking the family for a cruise. There's one in the fleet that's just right for you. Lower prices, bigger trade-in allowances for your old motor. 5IPHOMATIC v Keeps your, boat dry, automatically in any gear. •HUSHMASTER Spring mounted, super muffled underwater exhaust. SHIFTMASTER Forward, neutral, reverse at a touch of the finger. 3.6 H.P. 5 H.P. 16H.P. 35 H.P. 35 H*. flee. Hiawatha Hiawatha Hiawatha Hiawatha Hiawatha 99.95 209.95 349.95 469.95 559.95 at-TMQ »-7M» M-7W t»-»OOT M-KM \\ tPewtrfgl Worktqver % H.P. Engine 16'Swgth Tho lowetf priced mower in OW 1957 line, yet it include? many Of ttl» more experyive feature) — vocyyra Uft blade, tide trim feature, heavy-duty aluminum baj* and 4 heovy rubber tire;. 18" 2 Cycle Wasp ROTARY 95 49 4 Cycle "Rocket 88" 95 Only 6,95 down 69 Week, Poy«We Monthly The "88" 9>o* you more for yo«r money than any other rotgryl Powerful 1 % H.P. 4-«ycle engine that tqckl»3 weeds and grogs with oqvol eow. Recoil starter for qvisk, turo start* «v«ry time. ALWAYS BETTER BUYS AT GAMBLES Algona Youth Promoted In R.O.T.C, Ames Cadet Alvin K. Christiansen, son of Mr and Mrs M. P. Christiansen of Algona was promoted on May 14, 1957 to the rank of Cndet Corporal in the Army ROTC artillery at Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. He has heen enrolled in Army ROTC for the past 5 quarters of his academic career. This promotion is testimony of his keen interest and aptitude in military training. Army Senior PiOTC, at Iowa State College, offers such students the opportunity of engaging in military training in preparation for their military obligation upon graduation, while at the same time continuing in their academic studios. Tnis ROTC program makes available college trained reserve ' officers to out Armed Forces in time of emergency. NOTES OP SERVICE COUR-rtHOUSE A new courthouse is being proposed for Butler c o u n ty ., Voters will ballot on a $350,000 bond issue in June. Allison is the county seat. Studebakerl has... THE MOST HEADROOM of any car in its class. Ample leg room, too. STYLING that started the trend toward the low silhouette. POWER AND ECONOMY _. up to 275 hp—plus America's best economy record I TWIN TRACTION another exclusive that lets you go when others are stuck. LUXURY-LEVEL RIDE i with variable-rate I front springing in all [ sedans. 18 MODELS tO CHOOSE FROM... We • TRADES the often Just talk abowtJ ) • TERMS thai iuU your convenience! V • SERVICE that yoo can always depend upon. • DRIVE • COMPARE.,, and you'll buy tee STUDEBAKER SCHULTZ BROS. South PWUip* flfitl ALGONA- IOWA Pvt. Robert R. Price, son of Mr and Mrs Louis Price, Lakota, shown here, completed .six months of active duty training May 25 under the Reserve Fbrces Act program at Fort Knox, Ky. Price will now be permitted to finish his military service frith a local Army Reserve or National Guard unit. He is a 1956 graduate of Lakota high school. Airman Walter Henry Smith, 20, above, son of W. R. Smith. Rt. 1, Wesley, is completing th&.tfrst phase of his basic trifl!i6y?y training at the "Gateway'to the Air Fowe," Iiaokland Air Forc^Base, San Antonio, n Texas % w , Upon completion'of jfthfe .training, he will be assigned to an Air Force technical training course. While at Lackland the new enlistee undergoes the transition from civilian tb airman through a program which includes processing, aptitude testing,, 'physical/ conditioning, survival and weapons training, and classroom studies. ; . , MAINZ, GERMANY — Cpl. Robert F, Dodds, whose wife, Delores, lives on Route 2, Algona, Iowa, is a mecihanic in the 530th Field Artillery Missile Battalion in Germany. Corporal Dodds entered the Army, in J^ay 1955, was last stationed at fort,Bliss, Tex,, and arrived in Europe in May "1956, The corporal is a 1951 graduate of Algona high school. He is the „ son of Mr and Mrs Homer W, Dodds,: Route 2. ">' t; _^ ' ^ * FOPT RILJqY, KAN. — Army Sg;t? JJonald J. Maans, 28, son of • Mr ijmd Mrs.George Maahs, Whit- tembfe; Iowa, recently was gra,d- . uated from the Non-Commission- | ed Officer Academy at -Fort !| Riley, Kan. , . •„. • ' He [completed tp£ academy's advanced course in leadership, tactics and methods of instruc* : tion. , , , ( ; Sergeant Maahs, who entered ' the Army in 1950, is an assistant squad leader in Company D of the 1st Division's 1st Engineer Battalion. His wife, Marie, Is now living in Junction City, Kan, FORT BLISS, TEX <— Cpl. EU don R. Ifurlbuj't, son, pf Ora G. Hurlburt, Fenton, Iowa, recently completed NIKE troop training at the Army's Antiaircraft Artillery and Guided Missile School at Ft. Bliss, Tex. Corporal Hurlburt entered the Army in 1943. He holds the Purple Heart. The corporal's wife, Valeria^ is with him at the fort. New Brownie Cameras Storflosh Comoro Storfltx Camera ',.fnf L O W £ VI H K I C t ^ t V t K RUSK DRUG IF ITS news - WE

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