1960 Algono (la.) Upper DM Mene«-S Phyllis i-Scoit is In Tucson Ariz., visiting her grandparents and father. Mr and Mrs Glen Hildebrand loft Saturday on a vacation t( the Black Hills. Mr and Mrs Don Potter are visiting Mr and Mrs Allen Kues- tcr, at St. Alban, West Virginia. Mr and Mrs Gilbert rfargreav os had Mr and Mrs Richard Cook, Mason City, as guests Saturday. Mr and Mrs Nels Anderson were visited last week by Mrs John Owens and son Terry Crcsco. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Holcomt and family left Saturday for New York where they will spend their! vacation. . Mrs Fern Foster spent from last week Monday till Wednesday at Independence with her sister, Mrs Florence Rawson. Mrs Pearl Hanson, Whiite- .nore, was visited a few days last week by her daughter Wanda Hanson, Kcokuk, during which time Mrs Hanson went on vacation. ' Mr and Mrs Jaitie* baker ire spending their vacation at Ldst Island and will be there a week while their cottage is being built. . Mr and Mrs Frank Vera, Mrs Eljzabeth Post and Mr 'and Mrs Elmer Phillips, Sexton, spent a day last week at Iowa Lake fishing. Mr and Mrs Max Bast had as dinner guests Saturday evening Alma Bast, Alvina Bast and JVfr and Mrs Burton Varcoe and family, Emmetsbarg. Jack Allen came last week from Sherman Oaks, Calif., for a visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs Jim Allen, Mr and Mrs Dick Allen and Mr and Mrs Bill Allen. Mr and Mrs Chester Bailey returned Friday from a three week visit at Clayton, New Mex., with Mr and Mrs L. W. Graharr and were joined by Mr and Mrs C. W. Aalfs, Sioux City The Aalfs brought them home. Mr and Mrs James Arend have returned from a vacation at San Gabriel and Mountain View Calif., and were accompanied by Mrs Arend's mother and brother Mrs A. M. Kunz and Larry, Curlew. At Mountain View they visited Mr and Mrs J. M. Dawson and at. Sun Gabriel they were guests of Mr and Mrs Roy St. John. Mr and Mri fra Bonnet! attended a family picnic July Fourth lit Mr find Mrs Orrie Peterson's. Mr and Mrs Everett Barr had the latter'^ pan-nts Mr and MIT Glen Sargcant, Sioux City, as Fourth of July weekend guests. M* and Mrs W. A. Barry have been visited by Ll. and Mrs David Beiric and son John Wright-Patterson Field, Dayton. Ohio. The Berries had been visiting the parents Mr and Mrs Roy Berric at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Russell Cook spert) the weekend at their trailer house at the Okobojis and were joined July Fourth by Audrey Frye and Esther Quinby. Miss Quinby and Mrs Elizabeth Sch- cnck returned Tuesday from a DAR trip through the south. Mr and Mrs W. C. McDougal) had as over the Fourth guesls their son Bob and family, of Mcrasha, Wis. From here the visitors and Mr and Mrs Mc- f)ouKall went to the Okobojis to spent Monday with Mrs Iris Oatman, mother of Mrs McDougall Jr. Bob Reilly left last week or a two week vacation which will •be spent at San Diego, Calif, with his son Bob Jr., who if employed there with the Con- vair company. Mrs Bob Rcill.y has been visited by her sister Mrs Gladys Taylor, who nurses in a hospital at Charles City. A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FROM M. JOSEPH BRADLEY Although most ; pf' you have probably already read of the recent change of ownership at BRADLEY BROS. IMPLEMENT, I would like, to take this opportunity of making an announcement as to the dissolution of partnership of myself and my brother, Walter. For the past 19 years, we have worked actively together to Jwild the! BRADLEY BROS. IMPLE- '»• -3 •-. -,!, , ' ' MENT to its present statin. We have done this in a co-operative manner and are likewise parting businesswise in the same friendly attitude. Effective July 1, 1960, I have become sole owner of the firm and henceforth, it will be known as M. JOSEPH BRADLEY. Few if any changes are planned. The same congenial and competent employees will remain — we will continue the policies of the past years — and we will also continue to handle the same fine products such as Firestone, Gehl, Oliver, GMC merchandise. Of course, your patronage will be appreciated as always in the future. A THANK YOU FROM WALTER BRADLEY After 19 years of service to the farmers of North Iowa, and Kossuth county in particular, it is difficult to express in words the appreciation I feel for the fin* patronage you have given our firm. Although, because of reasons of health, etc., I feel it best to sever my connections with the firm, it is with regret that I leave the daily relationships I have grown to like with the farmers of this area. Although Joe hat mentioned the fact that our business parting is'in the beet of feelings, 4 too would like to stress this fact. We have enjoyed a wonderful relationship as partners in the implement business and will continue to do to in the future. I only hope that our many fine customers will continue to give the new firm their patronage just at they have deoe for the both of us the** past years. I know the service and quality mer. chandist will continue to improve at it ha» done in *he pest, REASONS (count 'em) For Shopping Graham's This Week! ^^•^•^^ ^fl| --••« . ——- ^^^l^l^BW Of Summer Merchandise! Hundreds of Pieces Of Summer Goods-Bargains Galore In The Things You Want For The Summer Still Abend! Sfrefchie Gloves We'ra letting go of every pair of V/hite 100% Nylon Short Streichie Gloves for just SOc a pair 1 50 Covered Cake Pans These are the large oblong type, aiuminum pan with raised clear see-thru plastic coyer. It's a great big bargain at a dollar each! A 'SURPRISE' SPECIAL Girls Dresses Direct From Manufacturer 'A Name You All Know' This is a fresh girls dress elose-out Graham's got from — well, we can't say the famous name, but you KNOW it. Sizes 3 to 6x and 7 to 14. Values S4.98 and $5.98 and $7.98 and $8.93,. . 3.39 5.99 Pair Pillow Cases Smart, colorful double border print cases • the kind you like for your pillows, backed two in package. $1 PAIR LADIES HATS ALL Ot= YOUR SUMMER MILLINERY TO GO AT PRICE CLOSE-OUT SUMMER LINGERIE SUMMER SLIPS-GOWNS PAJAMAS - BRASSIERES GIRDLES GOING AT ON GRAHAM'S BALCONY SPORTSWEAR A Big Selling Display Of Womens and Misses Blouses, Skirts Shorts, Sweaters, Skorts Etc. And Cracked Down To. PRICE SWIM WEAR Ladies Swim Suits Girls Swim Suits Boys Swim Trunks i OUT THEY GO AT- OFF Toddlers Sun Suits These little one-piece sun- suits with shoulder strap — they're really cute - going at this spectacular price. 75c BED PILLOWS Regular full size bed pillows choice of fancy ticking - at this one dollar close-oui price! $1 A 'SURPRISE' SPECIAL PLAY JACKETS For Boys, Girls 3 to 14 What a buy! Cotton reversible (red piatd inside) jackets, zip front, elastic insert sides. Guaranteed washable. Not a clearance item - New, just unpacked. 1.37 Summer Draperies Washable plastic drapes in spring and summer light patterns. Remember, you get the pair at this price! ids Sportswear ONE BIG SPECIAL TABLE OF ASSORTED ITEMS AT AT GRAHAM'S, beginning Wednesday morning and continuing all this week we are slag- ing one of the biggest July Clear-Aways of summer goods ever held in this store.,It has been damp and cool in May and June, as all of you know. However, they say we are going to get our Summer now, in July and August. But even so, we are not going to hang on to this summer merchandise . . . no, we are let- ling it go to you, our customers, at prices that are real gifts! You have many weeks of summer left ahead, and at these prices you can even afford to buy for Summer 1961! Come and shop Graham's this week and grab up some of these rare bargains in summer things . . . and besides we have some surprise offerings thai will please you still more. If you want to save a big bunch of money, you'll come to GRAHAM'S - that's the place! 1/2 PRICE SUMMER FABRICS YARD GOODS That Sold Up To 98c 68 YARD Complete close-out on these remaining bolls of summer fabrics! So we've whacked the price way down. Lois of good patterns here for school wear. SUMMER DRESSES PRICES SLASHED ON DOZENS SUMMER FROCKS 1 Values W To $19.98 • AJ1 Regular Sixes • Half Sizes :Afeo • Get *«• 3.99 5,99 6.99 7.99 8.99 10.99 GIFT WARE ' P ' ; F*fc* CtaaQ'Up of hundred* 0} gitfavare il.tuwi in our Downsiairf £4or«, Alt p f jfagse bWjiain* pu| pn on* big jumbo table.'fojr'vQur *««' "- T 1 ' '
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