The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1959 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 8, 1959
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vs* * i\ 8-A!gona fla.) Uppef Oe» Molnes Thursday, Oct. 8, 1959 LOCALS Wendell Frftnfch has front a recent business trip to the west coast with stops in Mon- t«nn.. Idaho, and Washington. He aiso spent a weekend at Los An- celesj Calif., with his son and aaughter-in-iaw Mr and Mrs Don French. Mr end Mrs Dick Meyer had es guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Tom Loals of Titonka. Supper guest was M,rs Bertha Rippentrip, who with Mr and Mrs Meyer and Joy Ann drove to Titonka that evening to visit the mother, Mrs Ben H. Meyer. Mrs Di?na Boekolman and daughter Henrietta visited the '" >fnwv*s brother-in-law and sis*• Mr and Mrs Epl;o Winter, Sunday at Buffalo Center. En- »uUkO homo they slopped at La- kola where they were guests of Mr and Mrs Russell Winter. Mr and Mrs Bernard Nelson are parents of a daughter whom they have named Michonnd Marie, born Sept. 27 at Austin, Minn., and weighing 7 pounds and 11 ounces. The mother is the former Marjorie Byam, daughter of Mr and Mrs Perry Byam. This is their fi*st grandchild. County 4-H Judging Team 1^ .' . *r-* > _ —*•<", ,. - .' ,_ L ,*,...(,.J;k!.L<....S>£ Mr and Mrs Clair Blossom the former's parents Mr and Mrs H. S. Blossom plan to visit Mrs R, S. Blossom's sisters, Grace and Margaret Rait at Cedar Falls. They will be joined by another sister Mrs Edna Hutton, Des MoSnes, and Mr and Mrs Sigurd j. ial, Forest City, Zeia Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday evening Sept. 28 at the home of Mrs B. Clegg. Programs were given by Maxine Sweet and Mrs Howard Still-man. A social time followed The next meeting will be Oct. ' at the home of Mrs Dan Davb Beth Atmls and her mo}'Mrs Kate Annis have been v ed by Mrs Gertrude Hal" Forsyth, Mont. Miss Annis anu Mrs Hull became acquainted several years ago at Miles City, Mont, when Mrs Hull was secretary to the City Superintendent for many years. She retired last year. , The live boys shown above represented Kossuth county 4-M clubs at the State 4-H Judging Contest, held Friday, Oct.,*2,; At Waterloo during the nnnual Dairy Cattle Congress. * .'>,They are, left to right, John Ruger, Fenton; Gary BanWart, Garfield; Charles Bierstedt, Lolls Creek; Tom Nurre, Ramsey; £HQ. Arthur Mogler, Garfield. (UDM Engraving). Fall is here — winter is just around the corner. Fall is exciting with its clear, azure skies and its gorgeous colored foiiage. But the hew autumn coats, suits, and dresses are just as stimulating — they really put you in the mood for the new season. We invite you to stop in anytime and thrill to the many beautiful Fall goods here at the Chrischilles Store. Color is the password; you'll find it everywhere you look in our store. Borgana — borglura — fur trims — plain wools' — leather — Cabron — car coats — everything you want to see for a new winter coat. All sizes — all colors — prices beginning at just $14.98. See the largest selection of coats in this area — lovely rich colors too. The famous, Glenhaven suits in both unlined and wool lined styles — Sizes 14'Vi to 1 20V2 and 10 to 16. Color galor! Tweeds and plains at prices you want to pay — $25.00 to $49.98. It's the season for a new suit! Plenty of color here with deep rich shades the most attractive — all fashionable colors to flatter you. Come see for yourself. All sizes iri slimming styles. From $6.95 to $39.95. Get The Full Fall Fashion Story Now At AIGONA, IOWA • 'fiiji ••i j - '4-1 Two Completely /New,,, Completely Different Lines Of Cars For i THE ALL-NEW DODGE DART " t , . , t .--tMt • • -.. •: '. '•,-•"' .' t ' AND THE « • B I >• » 'P H H SEE THEM Free Coffee and Doughnuts , All Day. Friday AT p p R P R •R 8 R So. Phillips Street Algeria .R P P R H

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