The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1960 · Page 7
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V^P 11 Hi <he big school safe mothers know for the savings It brings LADIES! MISSES! JUNIORS! BLOUSES Here are your 'blouse beauties' for autumn- and at such & wonderful Harrison low price you can choose" a whole blouse wardrobe! Smart short sleeve styles with cute convertible collars. Whites! Solids! Gay Plaids! All Import quality. • Complete Sizes 7 to 14 ' and 32 to 38 COMPLETE STOCK OF School 3-RING ZIP BINDER Completely Fitted Deluxe Carry yoursSfflol things In style with' this' Hpper binder that has a colorful World Map on outside! 'Extra large rings, Inside pockets, also holds 5- hole paper. $1.98 value! L • For The Wee Beginners! Knder Mats Heavy quality 'Peerless',with good filler padding, for the kin- dergartener. School colors. Will fold up' for locker storage. • For Children and BoysV Tennis Shoes Sporty School Patterns! s Shirts 1L49 f|*~£*-* Long sleeve washable cotton . sport shirts. They're full cut. They're In handsome patterns. They're easy-Iron. Sizes 6 to 16. White .with black ...trim. Good quality' ; ' tops with'heavy rein-! • forced rilbbler sola's. > Complete' size's 21/2 • 6 and 11 to 2. 300 COUNT FILLER PAPER . Regular 98e Valu* 300 sheets each package! Size 8 x 10 1/2 filler paper of ' extra good quality.-Five-holed punched. Better stock upon this at such a saving! They Come in Room Colors! Desk Lamp 2-" • Rich Silk & Rayon Blendl HeadScarfs S—^~.--- *• .,1* ' a Professional Styles, Sizes!'« Girls, Boys Real Leather Can be used oh desk, or.'as pin-up lamp. Adjustable neck for good reading light. A 'must' for every student! Larg*' 33 Inch squares that fit well to the head and. Will f wear and'wear-IAc- f tuai S9# values. Terrific 'new* patterns! 5-HOLE FILLER TABLET Use It Like a Clipboard! 320 sheet five-Ko'le'fUier tablet (a x 10 l/2;glze) that has stiff cardboard} back so you can use-.clirT • ' "BIG 50 7 PENCIL TABLET .: I P I " -I ' • ' (""• _ Our Big, Big tablet Special! . count of sheets In this 8 x 10 inch size pencil tablet- It's a big, big tablet you'll truly like. The paper ia of really nice quality. Harrison special/ : "' •• • - i.i Bill-Folds m Real fancy! These have photo cases, coin snap pockets, hidden money pockets. Lots of colors. Real leather and also plastics. Bristled with extra fine quality nylon- 140 tufts to the brush; Actual $1.00 values, Brush sizes 3 to 9, • 10 of These in a Poly Bag! < Hair Rollers 66t PACK OF TWELVE PENCILS 11 bright color school pencil* baned In nice holder package. These sharpen down to a real fine point. Get several packsl ROLL-TOP PENCIL CASE In sizes small, med-. lum, large. The brush rollers you like because they show no pulling of hair after sleep, Actual $1.00. valuel PEN AND PENCIL SETS NYLONS Stocking S You Can't Pass Up! want lop utmost gauge-15 denier sheers Hattery aong with th "With the easy slide plastic cover. This box ia fully complete with all your school •need*, includes ruler,' sharp- ner, and two pencils". Goth have matching color*! bandies. Pencils has long lead With 'refills; pen has bright regular gold point. Neat lor 'school. 't\ iT" i'I I')' '' '', 12 COMB SET (Good, strong combs-In- >;;• eluding pocket, dress, wave< etc. These combs should sell for 10£ each. Get TWELVE in poly bag 1 for this price., k White Anklets 2*77 Your favorites-with the Morpul cuffs that can be worn up or folded triple. 49#per pair quality. White only. Sizes 9 thru 11. Girls Panties Sizes from 2»to 14! Panties made of new eiderdown - cotton fabric, long wearing, easy - wash. White and pastel colors, with trim. Fancy So; 4*7* In those wonderful bright blazer jsbck patterns all the guys like to wear. Good weight. 4 pair In pack. Sizes 7 to 101/2, Boxer Longies m Assorted twill, denim and poplin boxer longies in handsome' shades of reds, blues and tans. Made by Blue Bell. Full cut. Sizes 2 to 6x. Boys Hankies 10 FOR m For men, too! White cotton border handkerchiefs- they're full size. Should sell for 98tf, Each ten packed in neat bag. WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY i.oo Webster's new standard, •Blcely bound. ForM-schooler or collegiate. Newest edition., : All homo* sboukl bay* one of' these! .. _ .i...!..__. HARRIS t....*'""*^ 25t Vali HANKIES Urge size ladies and misses 'kerchiefs with attractive trimmed borders. Lots of primal Imagine, actual 251 hankies at only- j\\ ALGONA UPPER DES KOINES ALOONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1960 School Sign-Up This Week At Corwifh-Wesley Wesley — All students who Will be attending Corwith-Wesley Community school for the coming school year are requested to register for classes nt the school in Corwith Thursday and Friday Aug. 11 and 12. . Registration will be held from 9-12 and from 1 to 4:30 on both days. Several curriculum changes are being planned and it will be necessary for all students to sign up for the courses of their choice. William Woller is the new supt. of the schools. To Wed Today Wilma Brown, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Brown 6f LuVerne, Was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Aug. 7 in the St. Benedich parish hall. Mrs Jack Lickteig and Mrs Al Loebig were two ,of the hostesses. Miss Brown will be married Aug. 9 to Craig Loebig, son of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Loebig, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. Shower Honoree Grace Goetz was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Tuesday evening in the IOOF hall. 500 was played. Mrs Wilfred Becker won high score and travel prize, Mrs Josie Gouge won low and Mrs Agnes Lickteig, the door prize. Miss Goetz became Mrs John DeLander Saturday morning in St. Joseph's Catholic: 'church. Miss Nygaard honored Melissa Nygaard will be honored at a pre-nuptial shower Aug. 10 in the Methodist church. She will marry Cecil Glpwe of Corwith Aug. 21. '< ' Two New Arrivals The baby boy born to Mr and Mrs Nate Studer July 25 was baptized July 31 m St. Joseph's Catholic church ana jiamed Craig John.. ' A baby girl was born Aug. 3.to Mr and Mrs • Phil • Ballard of. Algona at St. Ann hospital. They' also have a young sxih Ke'vinr. _Mrs Ballard is.-the tqrrngr $ancv Doug-nan,'• 'daughter'of ^Vinaefit Doughan of Wesley. Attend Reunion . Mrs Matilda Loebig, Coletta and Vera of Lismore, Minn, spent July 31 witlh relatives and were guests of honor at a family pfcnlc and reunion at the new home of the Al Loebig family. They also visited their former neighbors, Mr and Mrs John Richter. Aitend Graduation Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer attended graduation exercises July 29 at St. Thomas College, St; Paul. Their daughter, Sister (Rita) Julius was a member of the large class and she received her master of education degree. She is superior at St. Mathias School at Wanda, Minn. Mrs Franklin Fox, Darlene and Dick left Thursday morning for Redwood Valley, California with her brother Bill Baado and family of West Bend. They will visit two sisters, .Mrs Ernest Wise and Mrs Tony' Cambra and their families. Mr and Mrs Ray McKenna and David, and Major Gordon Loe- jig and family were dinner juests in the Leonard Arndorfer lome-July 25 and supper guests in the Leo Goetz home that day. Marguerite Pfeffer and her niece Linda Pfeffer of Des tfoines visited the Dr. L. L. Pfef- fers several days over the weekend. Mr and : Mrs Don Redden.and amily of Minneapolis were Wednesday dinner guests in the Wilfred Becker horne. Mrs Ben G. Studer was brought . home Tuesday from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she had been three months following a stroke. The;r daughter, Mrs John Welter, R. N. of Dubuque is at the, farm home caring for her mother. Another daughter, Mrs Elliott Waldschmidt of Spencer has been at the parental home for some time. ' Father Linus Eisenhower of Pomeroy came Tuesday to spend part of his vacation with relatives and friends. Leland Pearson, son of Mr and Mrs Elof Pearson enlisted in the army last week. Duane Beenken, son of Mr and Mrs Hans Beenken of Brittfor- merly of the Wesley vicinity, received a $120 scholarship at S.U.I, for scholastic achievements. He is a senior in the school of business. James Price completed basic training at Lackland A.F.B., Tejcas, July 27 and was transfer-. red to Chanute Field, 111. to studj parachute rigging. ; The Lawrence Cooks of Hut- .chiris hjajre.-njpyed^ihto Jbe The, ron-Hansen house.' Michael Erdman returned Aug 6 to his home in Cedar Rapids following a 10 day visit with hJ« grandparents, Mr and Mrs Paul Erdman and with the T. E. Dev ereau's. SHOWmCE for all Iowa! N E W I I * EXHIBITS OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. So* motor exhibit* m the cool of fh« evening. Come out after work or after school. Studded MUSICAL REVUE NIGHTLY, AUG. 27 - SEPT. 2 I, h * *•<"•'« greatest entertainment event in Iowa. Nation's brightest stars headlining a huge, lavish Broadway revue. AUG. 27' 28 .29 Jane Morgan • The Fascination Girl AUG. 30 • 31 Molly Bee • Capitol Recording Artist «PT. Johnny Carson Special Guist Star Johnny Cash with Gordon Terry RACING THRILLS BIG CAR RACES AFTERNOON, AUG. 28; SEPT 1 • 3 NEW.. GO CART RACES AFTERNOON, AUG. 26 NEW ... SUPER MODIFIED RACES AFTERNOON, SEPT. 4 JAIOPY RACES AFTERNOON, SEPT. 2 STOCK CAR RACES AFTERNOON, AUG. 27; NITE, SEPT. 4 Nation's Greatest Farm Fair/ First « only tim. in America . . . World € 2?I' r rf* $ > ow ' Nati9lwl livestock l r" A . Wr i $'""* C9l > lMt ' Teflm Tractor Rodeo, Huge Machinery Show, Corn * Grain Show, Poultry & Rabbit thow, Form Gadget Show, laby Barnyard. The Vagabonds • The Chordettes With their'newest discovery Cadence Recording Babe Pier Artists THRILL SHOWS . . . Afternoon, Aug. 29; Nite, Sept. 3 THRILL-CIRCUS SHOW Nite, Aug. 26 HARNESS HORSE RACES . . . Afternoons, Aug. 30 • 31 AND. Mammoth Midway, spectacular fireworks, new state talent championships, new free acts daily in the plaza, wildlife exhibit, art exhibit, photo salon, old fiddler's contest, checker championships, brilliant horse show, national Shetland peny show, baton twirling, horseshoe pitching contetU, free camp, hundreds more exciting features. CHOOSE YOUR FUN AND GO

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