The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1959 · Page 17
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*(?* fifc'tfffi «$? ,HV • v««.' No. 2 lead with cases and large plastic oversized erasers. ttv Gir(s' Soft Eiderloit PANTIES 3 •• 99" Soft, luxurious, lace-trimmed panties in white and colors. Made from finest long-wearing material Of eiderlen. Sizes 4 to 12. Pony Cases Pouch with strong zipper-holds' all your pencils, erasers, etc.-, .carry under arm or in binder. *A , ~iAt «j^> Heavy blue denim boxer longieswitfc waist band.that hold, full comfy cut, and washable, of course. Sizes 3 to 6x. $1.49 value. Swlngline /"Cub Kit** coroplit* with stapler and etaplu- fl.29 value. Boys', Girls'Sweat SHIRTS Good weight for school, with heavy lining. Nice neckbands with longwearing cuff. White,.pearl, 6 to 12, .V'lVj^flBps*^ **"™^*"'**"*'J^^IBfciil!. .-.''.I Metal Skirt Hangers] Individual hungers wiith two Strong snap fastners to holds \An arge Count Pencil Tablets! 8 X JO sl/e, large count, heavily ruled, many fancy covers, 50 value. vb*S LADIES' tfSHtf*-*** £&j05 SCARVES *• for Pull 32 inch squares, rich silk and rayon, In lots and lots of smart pattersn,Hold well on any head. « USES ^a For tht Ladiei and tht TROUSER CREASERS .Harrison's brings them to you-f all's newest, smartest in blouses! And only a dollar! Solids and fancies, regular and tricky necklines, roll- up, short and other sleeves. Sizes 7 to 14 and 32 to 38. '#i Large size for mens pants- heavy quality with snap locks. Two pair in banded package, $1,49 value. i «•*,-.-•.:.•-.. .. ^mf f/ff /Children's Striped -!!*• . .. . l_ . Assorted pUat! Ity nyon bristles- in pastel colors to'match, Get. all the»brushes you need at thi* whop^lni{ low nrlrnl .<0^ Ujkluoa i 'H > i VAj" '*.-> price)' for They're Just the thing for srhooll Fancy stripes, good reinforced neck-band. Sl/.es 3 to 6x. SALE mmmmmmmmmmtmm^mmm^i^immmmmmtmmi^m^^m^mmmi^a^mi^^ Zipper Binders HARRISON'S SALE Lookl 3-hole style with large rings, reinforced zipper tapa for long wear, pencil pockets, assignment book pockets, fancy date-line cover. $1,98 values! Paper 9** Pencils In Fancy Cases No .2 soft lead fancy case 12 In package. Large count pack,lor 2 or 3 hole binders. Comes in a useable poly bag! Save on this- iuy enough for the whole school year I school pencils value. FOR STRETCH TIGHTS 1.47 .»- -,<•'. PVf 'Kiddies lo'vtthoseforskfti- Ing, football, «tc. Seamless. Will give best w«6r. Red and Blade. Sliea 7 to 10 and 12 to 14. ' Misses Newest In Ban-Lon Yarns 398 They f re r the^'mostest? In new tarafgan?'' sweaters! Easy to wash, always hold, their shape. Get a 'sweater wardrobe*, girls I White, black, blue, pink, beigo and green. ' NEW FALL, SKIRTS' m__ /m 3.98 * s WeVplaiasi Sharp tweedsl* Some are imports from Italy! All beautiful skirts to go with your new sweaters. 22 to 30. SALE » n r Of Polished Cotton SLIPS 99< Terrific slip buyl Quality polished cotton with built-up shoulders. White only. Sizes 4 to 12. HARRISON'S SALE SALE H AR R I SO N ' S <S AL E GIRLS'TWIRL ANKLETS •• Prs. Finer cotton, with reinforced heels and toes. Two pair in poly bag. Sizes W 9toll.' 59# value. ASSORTED BOYS' BELTS Both leathers andplastics* westerns and other swank designs. All boys sizes, Boys Blue Jeans In Western Cut 1.99 13 3/4-ounce Western cut with reinforced pockets-and made by Blue Belli They'll wear and wearl Sizes 6 to 16. It's a $2.49 value. GIRLS DRESSES Lovely PLAIDS—Light and Darkl 1 .98 Boy's Stripe ANKLETS Prs. They're good heavy quality with strong, snug cuffs. Just thlnk-four pairs at this price] Webster's Dictionary New latest high school and college edition. Index, heavy binding, for both school and home 59 BOYS' ^SAFETY tif RAINCOATS mum 1.98 Heavy yellow plastic with matching detachable head. They show up I Boys sizes 4 to 12. ,v*i SALE HARRISON'S S ALE S A L E ~*& Boys' Flannel HA R R I S O N ' S SAL. E Cotton Rugs tePoint Pens ::,••*!**. , • ', • ^IBr BHn 1V^ v>AV^lV\ t. .-^aa^BP^* li M^ * m*. m _ _ ^^^*r VKHjr **. . ft \flk % ^1& ». J. ABB ... —-—._.._ Homt, Too AND PENCILS 99< Fhese arrjow loop c»it» heavy quaJHy'With i-ubbep back, Large 26 x 46 inch size. Many room colon to choosel Boys need these for school! Full size cut and quality to sparel Scads of new lively patterns. Standard collar, Sizes 6 to 16, Adjustable Desk Lamps Strong plastic base, adjustable neck, clear, strong, light. Choise *C colors. fl.OO values Jn^.Scripto ball point pens and pencils, All newest styles and solor*. Makeup sets| ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES AIGONA, IOWA, THUftSOAY, AU6UIT 13, 195* — • - r '• •• -•--- • -----••— ----Champion Demonstrators Of 4-H Boys Are Chosen Pictured above are the Kossulh County Champion demonstrators iiiul thfiir lenders. They nro: Bernard ThilKcs, Duanc Hilbert and Jnincs Ki pcklitif' of Hodo find Curtis ITnnsnn arid Cecil Thoreson of Swen City. (Alvin ErpoldinK, nlso a londi-r, is not in the picture). Dmmo find Jumps won top honors on their demonstration "Soil Kmind Up" Curtis won reserve honors on his topic of "Proper Use of Woodworking Tools." The boys will represent Kossuth County ;it the Iowa State Fair, Dos Moines the first week in September. Cresco Chums Plan County Fair Entries, Tin 1 CIT-SCO Chums held their August meeting at Hie liomc of Carol Teeter with Linda Meehl- lause assisting. Fair and booth plans were nude. The booth committee is Kosemnry Giseli. Jeanne Frideres, Virginia Giseli, Donna Mae Thilges, Connie Molacek, Ann Smith, Beverly and Anna Mae Beseh and Shirley Ohnemus. Talks were Riven by Virginia Giseli, Anna Mae Bosch, Theresa ilues, Linda Meehlhause and Sheila FriclereSi Carol Teeter, Rachel McNeil), and Linda Meehl- hiiuse gave demonstrations. Guest mothers were Mrs Frideres, Mrs Meehlhause, Mrs Me- Neill, Mrs Ohnemus and Mrs Shaw. The Crcseo Chums held their local achievement, clay July 30 at the Cresco hall. Mrs Arvliker, Mary Stuudl and Ann Walters were judges. Carolyn Rochleau and Lucille Gacle and Marilyn Deal and Verdean Shaw gave their fair demonstrations. • EYE Mary Ellen Jabens of rural Garrison received a serious eye injury recently when a spring from a baler snapped and struck her across the face, cutting her nose and injuring her left eye. New Swea City Pastor Feted At Church , Swea City — Rev. and Mrs Wallace Farmer and children were guests of honor at a potluck supper July 30 at the Swea City Methodist church, held by members and friends of the church, as a welcome for them. The evening was opened with a prayer by Mrs Cecil Godfredson. Mrs Harold Krantz, president of the WSCS, was mistress of ceremonies arid, gave several short and humorous sayings during the program. The younger children of the Sunday School sang, Mrs Alfred Zielske, Supt. of the Sunday School, gave scripture reading and prayer, Mrs Frank Smouse gave several humorous readings, Clifford Van Burkum sang as Mary Ann Hazelhoff accontpanled him, Mrs Alvin Ewing- gave -?a humorous reading and a quartet, Judy'Pul- ver, Mary Ann 1 Hazelhoff, David Schaeffer and Freddie Seylar sang. Ronald Johnson presented Rev. and Mrs Partner with a gift of money from the congregation. At Our Own Point Hectdqyarfer* Compare with liny $6.50 point Cullen Hardware ALGONA QURQIUH HARDWARE STORE PtAN WITH TIME MAN AT YOUR W« QWN

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