The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 7, 1957
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November 1, 1957 November 7, 1957 READ THE WANT ADS—IT PAYS Phone CY 4-3533 - Your Newspaper THURSDAY! FRIDAY! _ „ SATURDAY! Graham's Downstair <k i • COOKIE JARS • SPICE SETS • CERAMIC PIECES • TEA CUP SETS * TQ& I * Here's One Point Lynx Failed To Make ^••^^ GIFT SHOP • CHRISTMAS ANGELS • WOVEN BASKETS • ICE BUCKETS • RELISH SETS • SALAD BOWLS • CANISTER SETS • PERCOLATORS • PLASTIC WARE • WROUGHT IRON • BATH HAMPERS • DESK SECRETARIES • ASH TRAYS With Special Opening Features STUNNING NEW PLANTERS ...... at $1.00 up Intriguing new shapes ... the most colorful of pottery by Miramar of California and Shawnee Ceramics. Siies to take small ivy vines or large potted plants. Many come with rich brass stands, , Y ^•••••••aBa^_^___ COFFEE CARAFES.._..;......_ Pairs at $4*50, Unusual new idea (wonderful for a giftl) are these Inland hand-blown coffee warmers in 2-cup pairs. Both round and triangular styles with gold, copper or platinum trim. 8-cup capacity at $5.00 FLASH CAMERA SET Only $3.50 Marv Alexander,[Webster City] touchdown as the Lynx downed quarterback, hit on only one of Algona, 25-0. The attempt four placekicks for points after'shown above was blocked by J FRIDAY and SATURDAY Mark XII precision camera, complete with flash unit. Full one year guarantee. »„*! L,". Se _ *. ite p . ic . tures fro . m one «lm roll. In colors Red, Green. Blue or ' jjjl 'iSf ro. Brown. Takes color pictures or black and while. LIBBY CRYSTAL GLASS SETS The famous Ubby glassware that is guaranteed against chipping on the rim. The ittniMea^tyles are the- very, very newest — smartly colorful. Many, manr differ •ntstyles of seis to choose from. ' * T • '"^7 $2 up M a rftn TVia ^* PLAQUES UP TO 15-INCH ........$1.00 up ™* Downslairs Gifl Sh °P *°r PLAQUESI ... and more plaquesl Well-known Artco plaques all the way from tricky little bathroom fish to impressive 15-inch livingroom or diningroom styles. , Jack Mahoney Luana Patten in "JOE DAKOTA" Van Johnson Martine Carol "ACTION OF THE TIGER" ALGONA SUNDAY and MONDAY (2 Hits) hard-charging Algona linemen. Bulldogs shown in the photo, left to right, are Howie Funk (63), Bob Kern (67), Joel Harris (64), Jerry Rupp (62) and Dieter Gruner (51). Portions of at least three other local players are also visible. Alexander was runner-up to team mate Loren Burnett in yardage gained during the contest with 121 yards. Burnett accounted for 223'yards, while Jim Cowan was top Algona ground gainer with 37 yards despite the fact he sat out most of the contest due to a slight concussion suffered the second time he carried the ball. (Isaacson Studio photo-UDM Engraving) LATEST STYLE CASSEROLES $2.98 up Smart casseroles that come out of the oven and go on the table mounted on striking brass or wrought iron frames. Ladies love these! Glass or pottery styles from makes like Miramar, Glasbake and Pyrex. ••£ MEASURING CUP SETS.. .Only$2.00 Six guaranteed accurate copper or aluminum measuring cups with long handles for reaching into tallest canisters. Set comes complete with wall bracket 'for easy hanging. ,, ^! =•5 9 COPPERVMARE t PQPCORN POPPiRS t SERVING TRAYS t CAKE COVERS t BUTTON BUCKETS • LUGGAGE t BILLS OF SARNA t SERVING SETS 107. OFF On All Dinnerware Sets Now In Stock SAVE 10% THIS WEEK on your choice o* dinner sets from our entire stock. By Po THESE! H ° mW LaugbUn and othw8 ' ALSO! OPENING OF GRAHAM'S DOLLS - GAMES - MECHANICAL TOYS - KITCHEN SETS - FARM TOYS - ETC. Lay-Away Toy Gifts Now! PLUS THIS SUSPENSE STORY THE STRANGEST MANHUNT life IN THE HISTORY Jf OF CRIME! MIDNIGHT STORY ALGONA HEY KIDS! 2 Special Matinees This Week! Friday-2 P.M. ''School's Out Matinee" "ACTION OF THE TIGER" — plus — "JOE DAKOTA" Saturday - 2 P, M. Thrills In the Airl "SKY COMMANDO" — plus — 6 COLOR CARTOONS Webster City's football team, like the weather, failed to cooperate with Algeria's Bulldogs Friday night and the tynx rolled to a 25-0 win before the smallest crowd in many years. In the above photo, Algona's three varsity football coaches and several squad members stand in the mud on the sidelines with rain pelting them as Webster City drives toward Algona's goal line late in the contest. The coaches, in street clothes and protective gear, are left to. right, Harold Shugart, head coach, George Duvall and Champ Martin, assistants. The Lynx counted once each' in the first and second periods then added a pair of touchdowns in the fourth quarter to sew up the game. Algona was outgained in total yardage, 442-125, as th« visitors made the most of a devastating ground attack to take the win. Algona threatened three times, but couldn't come . through with a TD. (Isaacson, Studio photo-UDM Engraving) : BREAK Six year old Danny Engebretson of Lake Mjlls recently received his third fracture in a year when he suffered a broken arm in the indentical place that ho broke it just before the beginning of school. His first break occurred when he was struck by an automobile, fracturing his hip, APPLES A dozen Wolfe River apples from the Csihpun county horn) farm were weighed recently. Tjie 12 apples weighed 11% pounds with the largest weighing IV* pounds. UPM Classifieds Pay Dividend! MISS ANYTHING FROM THIS PAOi? TURN TO PAGES 4 & 5, THIS SECTION - 2nd ANNIVERSARY SALE OF HOOD'S SUPER VALU, SUPER MARKET FREE PRIZES, COFFEE, CONES AND WHAT FOOD BARGAINS!

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