6-Atgono (fo.) Upper 6es Molne* Tuesday, April 19, 1960 tand Holers Honor Athletes At Lone Rock Lone Rock — Tuesday evening. April 12. the Band Mothers of Scntral high school served Uio c'iclivity banquet, with about 265 people attending. Mr Win*"is was master of ceremonies, with the respective coaches presenting Speeches. The girls ;,ex1et presented a voral number and the brass sextet phyed an instrumental number. Wayne Coo'r-v. secretary of the Iowa Girls Athletic Association, was !he main speaker of the evening. Mr and Mrs .Mm tin Smith are parents of a son burn April 0 in St. Ann hospital. Aigona. The baby has been named Larry Marten Smith and he \veiehecl 7 Ibs.. 15'<z 07.. The baby's grandparents are Mr and Mrs Marvin Marlow and Mr and Mrs L. Smith of Algona. Mrs Smith is rtaying in the home of her parents and will return to her home at Algona the first of the week Mr and Mrs Ralph Harberts of Algona visited Sunday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthur. Mrs Margaret H o u s c h o 1 dcr visited Thursday afternoon in the Mr and Mrs Wm. Householder home at Fenton. The Dorothy Circle of W.S.C.S. of the Fenton Methodist Church met in the home of Mrs Dale Wcisbrod April 14. The program was opened with a prayer by Mrs Dorothy Laabs. Mr and Mrs H. A. Holmgren were Sunday guests in the A. H. Brown home at Bradgate. A pot-luck supper was held Saturday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow. Those present were Mr- and Mrs Merle Potter of Algona, Dr. Winkel of Algona, Rachael Capesius, Mr and Mrs Wm. Dodds and Linda, Mr and Mrs Howard Raney .and Howard Jr., also of Algona. Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard were visitors in the Ben Schmidt home following Lenten services Thursday evening. Janice Zumach of Estherville is spending Easter vacation in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Art Zumach. Mr and Mrs Zumach were Sunday visitors in the Joe Olson home at Thor. They were dinner guests honoring the confirmation of John Olsen, son of Mr and Mrs John Olsen. On Palm Sunday, Apr. 10, 4 members of the confirmation class of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church were confirmed with Rev. Clifford Nordine officiating. The new members of the church are Ronald Behrends, Willis Bollinger, Mary Hurlburl and Foggy IVItil. Guests last Sunday in "the Andrew Thompson home were .Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson and children, Mr and Mrs Glenn Hughes and family and Mr and Mrs G. H. Doty of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Ray Bierle of Lakota were Sunday visitors in the Allwyn Lockwood home. Mrs Lyle Marlow visited her mother at a rest home in Burl recently. Mrs Etta Iloldren of Burl was a Sunday guest at the M. O. Richards homo. Mr and Mrs Jack Marlow and sons of Lincoln, Neb. visited Mrs Lorn Marlow Sunday. » Mr and Mrs Jerry Toller of Sioux City visited recently at the Elden Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris were Sunday visitors in the Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson home at Gowrie. Mrs Maude Blanchard of Lone Rock was a visitor in the Mr and Mrs Gordon Blanchard home at Mason CHy last week. C. M. 'Whitehill of Algona visited Sunday in the home of Maude Blanchard. Florence Weisbrod of DCS Moines is spending the Easter weekend in the home of Mr and Mrs Art Priebe. Mary Genrich and Ruth Kruc- p;cr spent -Tuesday in the homo of Mrs Will Blanchard at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Dick Dallman family of Algona visited the Jim Marlow home Tuesday. Local Teacher Must Have Help On M.A. Thesis Arthur Olson, .instructor at Algona high school, is in need of some help. Mr Olson, who is completing a thesis study, which is required so he can obtain his M.A. degree from Drake University, must have the assistance of all Algona high school graduates of the years 1948, 1949 and 1950. The purpose of his. study is to appraise the educational and vocational adjustment of 'these graduates. He has mailed questionnaires to the grads, but to date has not received many replies — so can't complete his thesis.' It would be a big help if the graduates would complete the questionnaires and return them as soon as possible to Mr Olson. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS FOR THIS YEAR, PA? •infill ffliiiiiiiiHiiniiiiiiytiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiitiiuiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiininiiii •i ~**< WELL, I'M GOING TO PUT UP\ ANOTHER BUILDING .REPAIR J THE HOUSE. REROOF THE ( BARN, FIX THE FENCES, BUY > SOME MORE IMPLEMENTS AND MORE LIVESTOCK, STUDY SOIL CONSERVATION) PROBLEMS —THEN I'M... MV UEAVEKIS-MELL NEED FINANCING ON ANY ONE OP -v THOSE ITEMS! — •***»I UNDERSTAND HE MAS A VEQV SYMPATHETIC BANK THE BANK IS A INTERESTED IN HAVING THE x FARMER PROSPER i This Bank Is Tor* Farmers Mr. Farmer, this bank is your bank. We are here a$ your friendly 'hired man' — -to aid and assist you in achieving your farming plans in a way most beneficial to you. Come in and sit down with us, to dis« cuss your plans and tell us how we might be of help as your bank hired man, SECURITY STATE BANK "The Friendly Bank" ALGONA, IOWA Member Federal Deposit insurance Corp. •i •i •I •i B= •I Here It Is!!! Starting Thursday At 9?A.M. Sharp! (jrahams PILLOWS Decorator Sofa Pillows in Newest Fabrics — Corduroy Included. 880 •I il •i Terry Cloth Aprons One of the 'hottest' apron ideas now going . . . they're full size, in newest print patterns on terry. 88C AN 'APRIL SHOWER' OF TERRIFIC BARGAINS 'fJJ^^ Towel Spectacular! Beach Towels 88C Extra large beach towels in gay, colorful stripes. An excellent vqlue! Curtain Panels 880 These crisp rayon panels each 42x81 inches in size — neat vertical gold stripe. Terry Dish Towels 2 for 88c Smart terry dish towels in a 'newest print assortment' — highly absorbent. BIG BATH TOWELS — yes, they are ~ extra large, and they are extra thick and heavy, too. Stock up on these needed bath towels for warm months ahead! EACH MEDIUM SIZE BATH TOWELS — these measure a full 20x40 inches. Soft and fluffy. Newest stripes. FACE TOWELS in a good, practical hand sise, and in assortment of plaids or solid colors. BETTER "WASH CLOTHS in the super king-size for wash cloths — and in soft, attractive pastel colors. DISH CLOTHS Knitted type — Fully bleached — Highly Absorbent. !i 6 f ° r 88c Hurry- Hurry - These Big Towel Buys Will Sell Out Fast! Table Cloths I Finger-Tip Towels New Sprin'g FABRICS 3 > d »- 88° Get in the swing' of Spring and sew up lots of logs for summer ahead — you can -do 11 for pin- money with these crisp, gay, colorful cotton prints! All in 36-inch width. Kitchen size print tablecloths in most attractive new patterns. Fast color. Unbelievably low priced! Fancy Aprons Fancy organdy aprons in wide variety of styles — and they're well trimmed! Each one bound. So perky — so nice for gifts! TAUIC10TH AM! 4 NAPKINS Gay better finger-tips that have so many uses — and these come with smart fringe. Birdseye Diapers 5 for 88c This famous make diaper included in our sale — excellent for dish towels, loo. Triple Turn-Down Cuff ANKLETS 3 prs. 88c Grab these up at this price you ladies and misses! They're waffle weave, of course — just the white anklets you want! Sizes 8'/ 2 to lO'/z. THINK OF IT! A luncheon size tablecloth with four matching napkins — all five pieces for only 88c! Fast color. Gift- boxed. Crib Sheets Boys Sport SHIRTS 886 Wash n' wear sport shirts of 100% cotton fabrics — short sleeves, nice spring and summer patterns. Siies for boys 6 to 16. Snug fitting fitted crib sheets — they're of fin* quality percale & sanforised. Require no ironing. Sateen Ticks Standard site feather proof ticks with heavy sateen covering. In choice of floral patterns. Usually $1.29. Girls Blouses Neat and nifty sport blouses both short sleeved and sleeveless. In washable cotton knits. Sizes 3 to 12. Dresser Scarf Full sice decorator type scarves exquisitely embroidered — some handwork. These are very easily washable. FLOUR SACKS Extra large size in full bleached and hemmed Flour ' Sacks. for BLANKETS Lightweight attractive plaid blankets for . use as light blanket. §• 88C RECEIVING Blankets of Steri-Pure quality — Newest Patterns — Size 26x34 inch. 2 f°r QQc * DRAPERIES of Textured Plastic complete with valance —• 27x87 inches — florals, scenics, moderns. iii Plaid Rugs Plaid yarn- woven rugs in a full 30x52 inch sise. They fit any room. A real hot value in a new and different scatter rug. Antique Spreads These are full bed siie 'antique type* bedspreads — with the quaint look. Allaround fringe. 488 SCARVES Ladies Silk Squares in glowing screen prints — water repellent. 886 IRON BOARD Cover of Silicone — Stainproof — Tiis All Standard Ironing Boards. 880 OVAL RUGS Braided Type of washable yarns — in a practical sice — new colors. 886 A BIG DOWNSTAIRS "GIFT TABLE If 5-Sewn Broom Corn KITCHEN BROOMS 27-Inch Outing FLANNEL These Bargains Featured In GRAHAM'S Downstairs Store Snowy white outing flannel for so many uses all year long. In your favorite 27 inch width. | SEE N' TAKE PIE PANS of aluminum with see-through high dome plastic cover. DO* A whii of a buy at ._—- 99H ALL-PURPOSE THROW RUGS hand-looped in the colorful Southern style. Oft* Sise 24x3$ inches «HM» BENT GLASS TRAYS with many uses — these •re heat-treated — use for candy, ftftfi rolls, even pins! __ - 999 10-GALLON GARBAGE CONTAINER of heavy plastic, with tight lid and strong metal carrying handle. Be Here When Doors Open Thursday ! Nothing in Graham's Bia Me Sale will be on sale until the stroke of 8:00 o'clock on Thursday morning! That's M everybody will have an equal chance at these truly spectacular value buys. This Graham event •*» weeks in the planning — features detent and doietw and doiens of spic-and-ipsn NEW items of mercnan- dise, specially purchased for this event. All we can say, ladies, is; DO N'T MISS IT! . 44-QUART ROUND WASTEBASKET of heavy plastic, for heavy duly kitchen use. *A QQ In Smart kitchen colors. ^ftsOQ, CHIP N' DIP TRAYS of rich plastic ware, in white and pastels, Nice for parties, DO* nice for gifts —, 999 28 — QUART WASTEBASKET of heavy but lightweight plastic — rich colors — for any room in the house, .— BATH HAMPERS of woven wicker with the sparkling top — In the wanted upright style. - ——t Your Choice Of The Many Items On This Table At niiuiiiii lllllllllllllllllllllllUlllllllllllllllllllllll f rii '
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