The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1948 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 20, 1948
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Tuesday, July 10, f 948 Summer Skirts In smart eotton, wool skirts AjN| in pretty plaid and plain-values to 5.95 ft J —Clearance at ; $> _fc| g Sale of Blouses ltd Skirts Skirts Blouses Blouses A pretty blouse for a smallium peasant styles In cotton-others in crepe-tlearance sale at Some lovely crepes and fine cotton that we want to move out for other styles. Values to $5.95. Suits - Coats - Rain Coats AT REDUCED PRICES SUITS COATS COATS Rain Coats Suits are good any season-20 \fal. lO 29.75- $1 8 suits In lighter shades-Reduced \JQ\ m t0 55 95 - $24 All shortie coats in quality fabrics and styles. Clearance at— Full length—long coats—flare and new fitted styles—15 on sale—Values to $49.50, at * * 7 coats-size 14-16-18-38-if youjare tall don't bother—sale at !/ 2 Price '25.OO See Our Many NewFalTCoat Hosiery - Belts - Slacks .->• .-. \ •:••:' i • • • • <£* Shorts - Jackets and Children's Wear JACKETS / Sizes 12 to 18-wool, gabardine and corduroy—on sale at i ___ $5.00 CHILDREN* COATS ' Entire stock of childrens coats-sizes I/ . i/ /\rr 1-6 & 7-14-fine for "back to school" 74 ,10 72 OFF LADIES BELTS / Black and colors—$1.00 to $4.50 Values. Sale at _ sol LADIES AND CHILDRJENS HATS All spring and summer hats- Af Now either . . u| QR BARGAIN RACK Odds and Ends- Jackets - Dresses, etc.! LADIES SHORTS-SLACKS Sumrrjer'weights and styles^ Sizes 12 te 20 ,—._..______ *; ,\, . I . . "*---• COTTON ANKliJ'S • On the tialfahy-*- : / These Anklets enly ,-____t-« w __«„_„__'__. Rayon Irregular Si!k-Fjr»t Quality AH • Hosiery Sale « ..__„__ 3>AIR $1 TT __,__, y 2 PAIR 1*0 *_>'.;;; J&r ^^/^'''If '"" 4 House Coats - Pajamas Fast color cottons-plain-stripes—Clearance Sale. Values to 4,50- House Coats-Reduced ...: IMP Cotton crepe house coats-", Washable-sprints. Reduced Special Purchase of House Coats Pretty stersM?ker and printed «cjtwn-»wer)h $2 te $3 more-sises 12 to 44,,-,,—---. 500 Dresses All Reduced Our entire stock of Spring and Summer Dresses go on sale-all sizes—from Juniors to 52 Women. Prints-Bembergs-Crepe-Jersey-Gabar- dine—Sheer Crepe The dressier kind of dresses - all well known makes — reduced as follows. Many styles suitable for early fall wear. Values to $10.95 Now Values to $19.95 Now Values to $29,50 Now $ 6 $ 10 $ 15 Cotton Summer Dresses The fastest selling merchandise on the market put on sale-Sunb'ack Dresses-"Golfers"t-Ginghams-Cham- all 1 sizes-for all ages. $7.95Vak>e $10.95 Vol. $16.95 Vol. 10 Lingerie - Slips - Gowns - Petticoats A group of outstanding values in very desirable merchandise. You save plenty here.. Values to $3.50. — $ l.98 Cotton Wash Frocks Made*6IF good fast color cotton prints- ginghams—spun rayon and chambray. These are too short for the tall ladies. Lots of values. Values to $3.25 Values to $4.50 Values to $5.95 2 $ 3 Pinafore Dresses A special purchase- washable pretty prints— Sites 12ito 20, Teen Timers 8 tp 16 si?e dresses- known for Valve at $7.98 and-$8.95. Fine m f$h9«t or dress up. Clearance at Barn 0isfr In Fire, ..««/—-FirS' at tftfi' Butts farm, terianteof. 4 Pearson, totally desor'd^ea on the place, and some of lt§ e tents valued at $200 , Origin of the fire'is not known, but jt was discovered flbbtiilt^ o clock Tuesday afternoon -—'*** call put in to the Weslev partment. When firemen amv jt was too late to save the ba but other nearby buildings ft' 1 a stack of baled oats were ' from burning. The farm is just east of thfe Herman Carlson schoolhouse, 6$ old No. 226, and is'the first plftS on the south, side of the road, j He Dreamed Of Hot Dogs Friday Stanley Riedel, the man who supervised the serving up of some 3,006 hofdoas last Friday al the Weidenhefl plant during Open Hous* there, was asked ihe nexl u y l f ^ hd ^ ad at>v dream* about hot dogs. ' "Yes," he replied, "I had a dream that 3,000 holdogs were in front of me, arid THEY WERE ALL BURNT I ING. i Fellow employees said that! by Monday, Stan was pretty 1 wel back to normal, and hot dogs were fading into the! menial distance. ' Neighbors Help | Steven Family Herman Wise, former SextcJn merchant, now living at Renwicjc- was in Algona Friday mornini. He and Mrs. Wise were taking his sisters, Mrs. Henry Phillips of Algona and Mrs. Nell Opheim of Sexton, to Mapleton,. Minn., to see a third sister, Mrs, DorothV' Steven. Husbands of. the sister's were in a fatal car accident two weeks ago. > Mr. Wise said that members 6f the United church at Mapleton had taken over farming operations for Mrs. Steven and would cultivate and harvest the growirig crops. Mr. Steven was active in the church being a member o"f the board and Sunday school superintendent. He was.also active in Farm Bureau work. On Sunday a week ago the youngest Steven son, Loren Lee, had an emergency appendicitis operation but has recovered sufficiently to be taken .home. Girl Scout Unit Organized, Swea Swea City—Swea City's first venture with a Girl Scout troop got off to a Hying start at the organization meeting on Friday afternoon at '• Legion- hall-.-;The- new* troop, sponsored by the!America'ri v Legion Auxiliary, will be led by Irene Lundquist, assisted by Mrs, ' C. C. Anderson. Those present at the meeting or expecting to join in the near future included Gail Ann and Nancy Johnson, Janice Haglund, Nancy Guyer, Judtf-' Bravender, Barbara and Mary' Lou Peterson, Carolyn SwansonJ Darlene Rollette, Lorraine Young-J quist, Carmen Brandt; 1 ; Lav.onne' Roberts, Mary Lou Blorrtster, Rita" Mae Morton, Lor.etta,- Mino, Bett< Hill, Sharon^ Peters, Dolly 'Aril Doocy, Janette ; Knutsen.,t •( The troop is expected to nu ber 23 when membership are completed. , . * To Open Bids Bids will be opened Thursday evening at the Algona Country Club on the new clubhouse. It was understood that at 'least two contractors were preparing to submit bids. • • 't OFFICE GIRL : Wanted J, ! Algona Laundry Dry Cleaners and. Furriers East Across From Courthouse Phone 267 Dodger KOLA In Large Bottles Now Available At Your Favorite - * ? i v Beverage Dealers . > •»- :*r ?.&m • .-• .^ ^K^V^

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