The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1948 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 13, 1948
Page 13
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\ fevv *> **•• 2 GREAT ALL THIS WEEK- ENDS Mts. Rosa Ba Dora Biorstedt Tuesday at Whit and 'Mrs. Carl Value Packed SUPER SAVIN ' Regularly 7.50 Chatham Blankets A Sutton blanket made by the nationally famous Chatham firm. You know 'you're get* ting quality! Satin bound . . . 25% wool blanket in beautiful colors. Make a lovely wedding or • shower gift. 72x90. ^ 5.77 Regular 49c Plastic Tablecloth 54x54 clear covering to use over gay and colorful tablecloths. Saves washing and ironing. : 37c Our Regular Low Price2.98 Women's Dungarees Ideal to wear fishing, garden ing, doing housework or just relaxing. Sanfor i z e d. Double stitched with copper rivets at strains ,„points... ftitllavy^ Red,^ /, ; ,~ ' "• •with;'side;5zipper plac& <£.- Green ' ; and*••Brown '<••'.. ket. Sizes 12-20. 2, 4.60 Value! Women's Reptile Finish { Casual Shoes Wishbone, sandal in spring's newest and gayest colors. Green, red, or grey wedgie heels for comfort. 2.99 3.50 Value! Many Styles MISSES AND Children's Shoes Many styles in straps, sandals, moc toe oxfords, high shoes. Sizes 6'/2 to 9, 8Vi to 12'/j to 3. 2.9! Regular 10.95 10 inch Wheel Deluxe Velocipedes Strong I 1 /* inch tubular red enamel frame with a front fender over a ball bearing front wheel. . Rubber tires. Adjustable saddle seat. Your young« ster will- get many hours of pleasure from this 9.99 A $5 Valuei Boy's Gabardine SLACKS r/,,-, model with high weifi, Skillfully • tailored with extra a> tentjgn Jp finishing and style details. Zip- P« fly, SUes 849, Brqwn and tan,, wool, 1 2 Men's 9,95 T n ' Trousers Bdy's Twill or Black Rubber Worth up to 4.9S! , Practical coats for ' school boys who get out in all kinds 'of spring weather. Broken sizes. A SUPER SAVING! Regular 2.59 Sanforized grey covert pants to wear at work or outdoors. Bar tacked at points of strain. Sizes 29-42. Women's 2.98 to 3.49 Nicely made, full cub some with handy zipper fronts. 80 square ' .^percales in fast;: color, ••-•-pre-shrunk .c'qtto ; n4. ' ,': : <Si2'es 12 to 2'0f; HTO 1 ^ ro 46 16 S2.'!'"L'i . . •'. "-.-• ''-. •'! -':' Kepi Wide selection of gay and colorful 80 square cotton prints and solid pastels. Flattering wide - swinging skirts. Also dresses in poplins and broadcloths. Sizes: 3 years to 12 years. ' Women's 2.98, and 3.49 Spring Wide selection of favorite sizes in crepes and cottons. All sizes and colors. § Women's Regular 1.98 Satin Slips Lovely, well cut slips. Some frosted with lace. Tearose only. Sorry, incomplete size range, Regular 10.95 Chenille Spread t ». " Heavily tufted chenille spread in^fyll or twin §izes. Multi or solid c(?lors>;or 9.90 Originally 2,98 Men's Shirts I • I'r * * * * * * * * * * * * AND SATURDAY ONLY net's Great Money-Saving LLAR DAYS Infants * CRI * Soft, Smooth, Long Wearing Size 42x72 inches—Regular Price $1.39 Boys Sanforjzed Chambray „ SHIRTS Sizes 8 to 14 yL Regular Price $1.19 ^ Women's Nylon First Quplity—New Spring Shades * Regular Price $1.19 and $1.25 RayoftfMesh Lace »';i 44x81 ||ch Panel—Ecru Shade $1;39 $ i Boys K-haki Sizes 4 and 8 Only Regular; jprice $1.98. Infants All Wool RS Pink and Blue Regular Price $1.19. 1 Girls 3 oz. Denim P^ i 1 Ik. E ff*** &k B™fc if 01 W m f* DUNGAREES Sizes 7 to 14 Regular Price. $?.49. Womens Spp«t and Casual SHOES Odd Lots—Most-Ail Sizes Values to $5.98 ___ 3 72x84 Soli&Color i BLANKETS 5 Pet, Wool, 70 Pet, Rayon, 25 Pet, Cotton Regular $5.QO Value :_____WL_ $ 4 Hope Bleached MUSLIN $ 3yd, 8x36 ncH Tirry $ White 3 For Novelty Printed TOWELS Something New and Different IJ EAP Girls ANKLETS Sizes 7!/2 to 10!/2 Reg. Price 29c to 39c 4 Pair $ Infants Elastic waist band, full cut with double crotch- Regular price 25c 5 Pair Mens Rockford SOCKS First Quality Regular Price 25c Mens Knit Briefs Broadcloth Shorts Regular 59c and 69c Girls Rayon PANTIES Tea Rose— Sizes 4 to 14 Regular Price 39c 3For*1 Mens Canvas GLOVES Heavy weight canvas Regular Price 25c 5 Pair*! Pillow CASES Good Quality Muslin Regular Price 63c Mtns Anklet S 0 C K S Pastel Cobr? & Stripes ;, Regular Price 35c 4i?8Jr $ 1 town-, S. D., Friday, .Whef3 wins Anderson transacted buslne'ss/ Bill Zimmerman aliefldM meeting Thursday at Storm at which.various, underwriters & this district wfei*e ''ifi attendance. . Mrs. Albert Wiltk6pf a<M6fft* pani'ed Mrs. William M"eyei- Of Lotts Creek 'to Fort Dodge, M6n> day, where they visited friends, Mrs. L. A, Winkel returrtsd from Fort Dodge last week Sunday following .major surgery at Mercy hospital.' She'' is up and around a little but nWs't 'remain comparatively inactive for awhile. . Her daughter' Helen, who is a registered nurse, Was with her at the 'hospital dnd will remain here with her parents till June 1. She had been nursing at a hospital in San Francisco,' Calif. .'- ••' ' i Mr, and Mrs. Dt?n Wp6d spent last weekend at Clarion with Mr 4 , and Mrs. Mejvin Hamervold, brother and sfster-in-la'w of Mrs. Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo .Woods had as visitors from'' Thursday till Sunday, Howard Woods ,of Ting" Icy, father'of A'rio:' " ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zonder went to Little Rock, Ark,, last- Thursday to attend the funeral services for Mrs. Libby Dudek, aunt of Mrs. Zen'der 1 . Mrs. C. U. 1 Pollard 'and PAtrl- cia and "Mrs. Don ^e"i£on arid Warren ,returnc'd'^Saturday from, lulesburg, Colo;, wherd they had taken Mrs. Pollard's si$ter, Mrs. O. W. Hedlund, Who had been visiting here several days. Leon Merrill and his Son-in- law N. 0.' Mc-Kaco spent last weekend here with their, wives. They are 'engaged in 'a "business project in ! , Wisconsin. Sunday they visited Mr. ,and Mrs. A, V-. Larson, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Merritt 'kt Fort Dodge. The men returned to Wisconsin last mid-week,' '' Dr. and M"- F- C.' Scanlan spent last week Sunday at Muscatine with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Halpin. Enroute home they also stopped at Iowa City to visit their daughter June Ann, a student at the State .university. Mrs. Clara Pratt, her son Merle and her!' daughter Mrs. Lewis' Hansen , went tp West Union Friday, : to'attend a birth-' day celebration for E. A. TraU- ger, brother .of Mrs. Frqtt. They were -guests of .Mrs. Pratt's parents, Mr, and,,Mrg.^ Lawrence i'rauger. Merlft. returned the following day ahd on Sunday Mr. and Mrs., Lloyd'Pratt and children drove there.,to bring home the visitors. ... Apiong IhpiH? , attending the Presbyterial meeting at-Rockwell City last'week.:were the following: MesdamesuOilbert-'Kuyper, W. V. Kempley,; Edna - Mitchell. William McKim, L. W.'Gillespie, Alwin Huenholdi/oOebrge St. John, J. J. Wadleigh, Tom Ver- Huel, R. H. G-uderian, C..A. Merrifield, Hugh Colwell, A.. E. Kresensky, Frank.- Geigelj and Anna Fairbanks.•• ; ;• < »• Mrs. Dick 'Sorenson spent a couple of days last week at Graettinger with her- mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan, who is a* the home-of. her;'.son Jnilaw and daughter,:'Mr., and Mrs. 'Bob Simonsen. . ,.. ; , Mrs. Merle Webster spent Friday at Mason City .'with her sister and .brother-in-law, -Mr. and Mrs. W. BiiRae. . Mr. and Mrs. ; Hubert-Markings .spent last week Sunday at Dos Moines, going there for a little- recreation and pleasure trip. Mr. ; ,and :Mrs.? J.3 J. ; Wadleigh spent Friday- at-'-Rockwell City, ' Mr. Wadleigh visiting his cousin, Mrs. Loretta Cunningham, and Mrs. Wadleigh attending a Pres- byterial meeting. ?_ /• Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason went to Minneapolis, Minn;, Friday, and spent a couple of days there on business for a brief vacation Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton o| Chicago^ 111,, spent-Monday with Mrs, Mary Miller and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins. They, were ' enroute' to Minneapolis, Minn,,' to visit relatives;" Mrs, Hamilton is a niece of Mrs/Miller. ' t Mr. and Mrs, Otto Westling'' have had as guests- the p&st week tlie latter's parents, Mr, and Mrs, C. O. Isaacson of Boone, who returned home Sunday. They also visited another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. An- derspn at Lone Rock and the ' Raymond Westlings at Burt Mr, and Mrs; Richard Wheel' ock came from Storm Lake last weekend and visited 'their re'/ spective parents, Mr.' and- Mrs, J, B. Wheeloqk and Mr. and Mps J Jrvm Etherin,6tphV ' • nn Wr, «o4 MjFi,^ B Uj!f Will, and Barbata, ^veht to Ba' THesday, to visit ,Mr. .and' Fr,ank- '-StRXtotf* •$$&'-son : ip-iaw of'the 1 Wil iH^hter 81$ IUS. '.<•,

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