The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1955 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 24, 1955
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Never-Say-Die Is Irritating Winter put on a never-say-die campaign that ran over into spring during the past hectic weather week. During the period, which saw spring officially enter Monday, we received about nine inches of the white stuff that resulted in some of the worst Winter driving of the campaign. Although the lowest temperature was four above "zero, bitter winds made it seem frigid, and built man-sized drifts on almost every road in the county. Dale Hi Mar. 16 31 -Mar. 17 __.^._ 30 Mar. 18 ____* ..41 Mar. 19 51 Mar. 20 40 Mar. 21 28 Mar. 22 .31 According to Weatherman Stu Albright we can expect more cold weather before conditions finally settle. Legion Benefit Baseball Auction This Saturday The second .annual American Legion benefit auciibn will be held Saturday, Mat. 26, beginning at 1 p.m. sharp in Ihe Kohlhaas building across from the posloffice. Local merchants and business firms have donated • a great variety of articles which will be auctioned off to the highest bidder. Funds raised in this way ate used by the local Legion post to buy the necessary equipment and sup* plies for the summer baseball program. Implement Dealers Met. The "335 Club" met Thursday evening for dinner at the Johnson House. The club meets once a month nnd is composed of 13 John Deere dealers in this area. The group discusses mutual problems and ideas for the benefit of their farmer customers. Square Dance Stars A groiip of Algona residents will be the stars on the John Deere barn -dance show over KGLO-TV Mason City May 2, it was announced this week by Ernie Williams, Algona John Deere Dealer. Mr Williams said a group of square dancers were chosen by Mayor Linda Clapsaddle and "Ahay" Anderson of the John Deere store. The group is led by Chet Cook. Takes 'Pledge' Corwin Peer, prominent Algona dairy farmer, is one of three dairymen attending the annual meeting 'of the Add Luxury To Your Leisure Living w/fh casual New Law To OK Club Privileges • When the new state law, is signed by Gov. Hoegh, all private clubs and organizations can legally keep liquor on the premises if owhed by the members, and the organization by acquiring a Class B beer permit will be entirely within the law, according to the interpretation on the pending legislation made by County Attorney L. W. Nitchals, yesterday. The Governor stated he would -sign the bill. There is some question of how many beer permits are allowable, and a city angle 'may develop on this, Nitchals pointed out. The new law clarifies the confusion that developed after Attorney General Countryman started his "cracker dry" program the first of the year. Just when the new law takes effect was not known by Nitchals, as he had received no formal word on its passage. American Dairy Ass'n In Chicago who "took the pledge." The pledge it thai he will drink three glasses of milk a day for the next 30 days to help ttxatnailie a "drink more milk", campaign. Thursday, March 24, 1955 Algona (to.) Upper DM Mo{ne*~3 Others from Worth Iowa who 'look the pledge" are Ervin H. Dieierich, St. Ansgar. and Lynn Thompson. Clarion. The "pledge" story received news coverage on a nafion- wide basis. Oberlin College in Ohio, was the first college to confer degrees on women. W. A. Sharp Has la. City Surgery W. A. Sharp, Algona business man, is recuperating this week at Iowa City University hospital, where he had recent surgery. Mrs Sharp returned home Sunday, and it was considered possible that her husband may be able to come home'the latter part of the week. ' Clem Erlander, co-publisher of the Upper Des Moines who has been a patient at a hospital in St. Paul, will remain there for a time for the sun porch, recreation room or lawn! Beautify your home, sun porch, lawn or recreation room with several of these fcolorful pieces of casual furniture pictured here as they appear in our showroom at Bjuslrom's Furniture. Never before have we been able to give our customers the greatest selection of comfortable furniture for outdoors or inside as we can today. There is everything imaginable including steel lawn chairs. suntan .lounge chairs, tub chairs, chaise lounges, porch swings, gliders, umbrellas, umbrella stands, folding lawn chairs, reclining chaise lounges — and all the accessories for a complete room including end tables, hassocks, lamps,' ash trays, etc. This gay, modern furniture comes in the popular new wrought iron, aluminum, -and white metal. ' : ' Plan now to pick out a piece or a set while selection is complete. The Largest and Most Complete Selection of outdoor and indoor furniture ever offered at Bjustrom's and in ' • -ST' '"$''% this area. - tJL..5Si OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9:30 ESTABUSHEP 192$ ACTION COAT At featured In seventeen You're ready for the cameras and there will be / plenty of pictures of you in our graceful Debby Rose coat expertly designed by the same craftsmen who make our Betty Rose coats. Young women on the go, wherever you go, you'll love the stitched yoke panels and deep dolman elevator push-yp sleeves. A season- spanning fashion in luxurious Vicaralure, (Vicora and wool). Also in Twisty Wool Tweed. Sizes 8 to 18. In 9 beautiful Spring Pastel Shades. $22.95 to $39.95 EXCLUSIVELY OURS . .. OPEN FRIDAY • , ; v NIGHT 'TIL 9:30 UIRSTE! FRESH ** mm s^^ Pork Liver Ib. lie rs 3 Ibs. $1 At Ray's JACK SPRAT Evaporated JVULK . ,. ChocowfeJ ' ' ' '* ''- ANKENY Cottage CHEESE 2 LB: TUB GUARANTEED CERTAINTY Enriched FLOUR Bio 8 ' 3-49 ARMOUR'S BANNER LEAN MEATY Beef Roasts Ib. 33c FRESH TRIMMED 12 OZ. CAN *••.', HORMEi'S SPAM-;:... HORMEL'S 15 V4 OZ. CAN 2 FOR CHILE CON CARNE. .. U49c ROYAL INSTANT , ' • 11 FOR PUDDING ASSORTED. 1.00 MAYFLOWER 8 OZ. CANJN HEAVY SYRUP 4 FOR CRUSHED PINEAPPLE......49c MAYFLOWER 14 OZ. BOTTLES 5 FOR TOMATO CATSUP.. .1.00 LAKE VALLEY CHEESE 2Lb.Box 67c jflAYFlOWER NO. j'A CAN IN SYRUP 3 FOR ELBERTA PEACHES 1.00 NF.PCO • FUT « N OIL SARDINES 7c JACK SPRAT 46 OZ. CAN 4 ™* GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 1.00 JACK SPRAT (UNSWEETENED) 24 OZ. BOTTLE GRAPE JUICE 39c MAYFLOWER NO. 2 CANS 2 FOR GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS...33c JACK SPRAT OLEO 5Packages 1.00 TIDE Regular Package 25c HILEX Bleach Gallon 47c tI\fc«0llii»M"«"»™"~ Pork Cutlets Ib. 39c SLAB SLICED BACON Lb. 39c ROASTIN & STEWING HENS.... Lb. 39c HOME MADE BUliTSA USAGE. ... .Lb. 39c FRESH HAM LOAF MIXTURE .... . Ib. 55c HOME RENDEREDlULK LARD Jibs. Be FRESH CALIFORNIA CARROTS CELLO Q r BAG, EA. •«» FIORIDA SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT LARGE 80 SIZE 10' 49c FRESH CRISP RADISHES 3 Bunches — 19c MRS TUCKER'S PURE VEQ. SHORTENING 3 LBS. 69c BORPEN'S NEW HANDY PKG. Bake'n Eat Biscuits ...2 for 25c SPECIAL $1.00 REFUND OFFER BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIXES One Each' of white, marble, honey spice and yellow BOXES IN A BUNDLE 1.29 You Get a $1.00 Refund Check This Makes Your Net A Cost of 1 Reg Size I Boxes For OQ C Only fcV Wher* EU* Can You Buy Cake Mix For Less Than 8c a Box FROZEN MINUTE MAID 6 OZ. CAN Orange Juice - 2 for 29c Fronts 29c Hinds 35c RAY'S MARKET THIS STORE W& M OPEN FtiPAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS BOOTH BREADED SHRIMP - - 59c PERCH FILLETS - - 29c SEA PACK FISH STICKS PKG. 39c HEADLESS DRESSED PIKE " - -

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