The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1946 · Page 3
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you want a tch of beauty — «yie— and endurance with you oil vacation. »'*<•!£ "" ; l/Chposc one from our JKW<htdei-ftil selection of ^' of watches. /Men's Watches ' JRolled! gold plate; ; Stainless steel back. 4- $23.50 .Men's Waterproof' .',,, : t Watches Luminous dial, stainless' steel 4U?k, sweep sepond iiahd. Ih- l»b|ockconstruction. »* t 'VlKM , *' * Ltadies Watches LOk soljd gold,' stainless steel «el^l&ck. 17 jewel. s-tr. uv GSfTS • WATCHES WATCH REPAIR JttJV|*fe_ < t ^>*^^H7rr Townsend Club Meeting— The Algona .Townsend Club held of' Mr. and Mrs r ,.., of WftfttemWeV to ames B Corffad of W^shfngtbn,' D. C., Saturday morning, <at St. Michael's Catholic church. A re- .ception arid' 0 wedding breakfast Was held tit the acadeftij' hall fol- Jo^hi^ the- ceremtonyr at which Mrs Harrington poured Mr and Mrs; Conrad met in Washington where-the,latter had been employed. They, will mak« their home in Washington.- ' w ^ iMV t,L.. • Its f&ul*f MeetthKat th'eir hall dtfflWjjf* tftf Ic ' v , ftf «W»tf tite l stibk iefa tF J ue^aS' WejWrtg'-af ''lite 1 AN Mr'rt M Rrsteu('h6<iW"lrt hohVrf of bfrthd'ayV Peggy 1 attd Mife Gisirg'* Kohl ahd nfffe 11 girl friend* at :hem a lurich, She received many "ov'ely gjfts. Those •» attending*! were Marlene Beverly and Dtmna'Stf •John, Irene and Catherine Fras&n Blanche Schfrirtl, Mdfllyn Bartofl. Loliiso Bowman and Carol L/au. Vacation Watches , »?' g Act, Slttck Wire Artists Aro entree Art Program Here 1846 100 yeats have passed since Iowa was born. Ore'al'changres* have'Conic, in tHose'100 •years. lovfa, with hei fei tile* acres, has become the asi Icultural 'heart of Amerlc'i. ^, Io\va has become k'notvn for'htf fine forms', her welf-biiili'towns v and'cities, her factories" A teeming' with'actlvlty^lier great-universities v and,6olleges> ,'^J^f'.> -t •» ^' , ' w.fea^^ j,vWvstfefo^.^ 7 ~ •• «<* lr Bfi^o^thW^-hasWt'ChirtW.'' ,- •v ', < That is the, sincere, Jrienjlly, spirit of all lowans. That is one of'ti4 great^rassVts of'tlils'Tjaiifc— ihe bank that is'lrtH^vn us the^'Friendiy Bank". That is the thing about Iowa—-and about this bank- that'will nevci •change. \ < ' t . C.-B. •/J.-(w. HM«wa r Vice Pres. K *" v B. ( jA. w Sijh ^ i Frank KohlhaasI Vice'Pres. J.'R. ^urtagh, Asst.'Cashier * •'" » " . t.i ' IT l.^ 1 '.<!. flx^' i. '- ~ J^SJ "'. Cclltfcrttiial'Days" in Algona Wed tcsdny and Thursday! (Left) of tee shirts are trim, sriflff 1 , cool and comfortable'. . . two or three .of (hem should go with ydil ' 'olf ' V4cdtio»V v oi" ' ttf ' the" lak^e . .-.- they're tvonderful , for* active outings. •.Flattering' stiHpes arfd ?plain colors lii' Wg and 'Ijlggef sizes;' for' wear your blue, denims. AMONG THE FREE ACT numbers to be preseniied each aftertiooil and/evening, Wednesday and Thursday, on State St., by artists from the Royal.United Shows, are Vernon' : and Marie, who-offer a high speed and -acrobatic ska.ting. act. This roller skating act has a series of daring routines that includes the 2-foot death whirl the blind-fold match (trick;.skating through a l2-inch;ba'rrel, double neck swivel and a spin used by few skaters because of its'danger •THC'MDXICAN BOJHDINO WIRE SCMATIa :i ICMTCD BOUNomoy wmn 5CI4OR LOO'a kfAONlrlCCHT BALAWcc la ArCATUDD THAT MAKCa.TUId ACT OUT- i ANOTHER CENTENNIAL feature will be the appearance'of Mijce Oasca and bis charming partner, Rosetta,-aibove,who <present ! a -slack' wire act on the free act program each aiternoon and evening of July '10 • and 11 in Algona The two partners also do a fine tumbling and acrobatic act. '.They are members of the Royal United Show Troupe, which • jvill be here both days ; . . . IPIuiq i Creek Women's The iPlum Creek Women's Club ,will hold its meeting Wednesday afternoon, July 10, at 2 30 qt th Ferguson home in Algona 'Hqst esses are Mesdart'es-'Rflth , TayloiS Sadie Schenck, Ljllle ' Black; ah'd D&rls~l?eith TWrs Kate 'Arihis '-will a talk on ( \Pio'hee*'.Life". (and $1*75) SUITS in a whole host of" 'tricky ' styles ; just '-' 1 *" ' vacation trips, or plain loafing around the house.' Most of them in .(Above) 3-PtECE PLAYSDITS with'' separate . skirts that' make ' you • Wok '"dress-up" on a .moment's notice. Stunniriff styles in thfs selection, top. Cool prints and ray on fabrics. (to $10.95) , _ . . . T ;lflt printed'spun ray on'and" . •. • white ••','• cotton , with printed crep*h;..;....$1.2S Fourth 'of July PienlC-i- A F<iu.rj:h of July;', picnic was held at' the D D 'Sparks home 'at Holjarton...-' • Those, 'attending : 'were dsi^van'd Mpsd^es'A;'' p., 'Leh$, ; -Harvey „ Jergehson,- Deart : Jergen?on. ! : Ray Haugen , Lloyd Stfeb'i WAs#Ja : me^ i-Stebpins;. Rilsselh M6- Wl/'AfclifW! iMcpahelV Bert Wfit-, is, 'of? Ameg Darryl Spark's; 1 A; 3;- ; - r 'M'6taa*," f i:Mi%. ' Myrtlfe 1 ''Bra'yton, h^r.nie^e'^a'n'cy'Mpyer bf'CarVoll, 1 and Georgei'Sp'arks, and' the ''fam- Hp8."'" .'',-•• •.'•'•:-i- . . -I' ••• ••• -,",. ; • ' KORETof CALIFORNIA fashions : these slimming- girdle slacks with zipper placket'and roomy pockets.'Tailored and trim-fitting rayon suitmi* .. and' so low in 'price for such slack beauties. $8.95 CD},- an'd< (Wfts.* Duane : Walluka{t arrived "THTireday for' 1 a visit till Surfday/with' their respective pa* rents l: Mr : '-iand 'Mrs.' Chrls'Wallukrait aitd'. ; Mr.' and-'MTs^ Faulstlck v of Lofts ?Oreefc(f Lt; O'Conner^ who had '• been -'located at AmSrillo; where Dwane is -stntionedr had received his discharge and was driving to his home near Des Molness He.toTOUgW'Dlia.n'fr'and'his wife 'to 1 aridSfcewrned'to hwr home win,if^d«y. Lt. O'Conhers 'ts to?'r3-enlist at 'the end!' of eeks i artd''Will l be ! sent' to . , $$&• A^ w'js'sperson and hep daughter, M-TS. Cass Smith, • n«* Marjorip JWsoWspn, .are arrivi SaTurdsy, ' (Right) A 'RIGHT' SPORTS C O M B I N A T I O N tee slrtrts' 1 and ; ' front pleat shorts of ' rayon gabardine or white sailcloth. Shirts $1.98 Shorts $2.98 (Above) cplorful embroidery— fori'iliat something different. So comfy to wear—so; outstauding- ly smart'ln appearance $3i25 Fashion Breaks PRINT! With striklngverin»K»«l*>on design and styling . . , our, wonderfwUy smajt summer frocks of sheer:ray, • ons'artd prints to serve you.»IJ T thft summer through, New »rrlv»ls of *»«««: warm .wMtber CLEARANCE any Hit; ' t*/'.*«"''' '*'•* r ;^ r v^^**i • •„' --:&WV: :: ' H * * j * «• • t } *& * " of if i-« f *l,"* 11 ' i if « "* T : V' r -?^ v ' ' -^^^^ >: ^^ A 1 ^'^^^*'^^"'"-^'•''' '>-^" -" - ( " ^** • ,,\> 4-— »S/ v";- v \«''-/<^»;'.- :-w^^B' 3k** -^ •• .' -: < "' ," . x i - *_,-,-__. ,^ V'^ • ,?/?>"* ••'•>,,""'• *x\ ••*•'•J/l&vi'T^-^. % f.^-^tf f *'" '• *•.-•' * '--• ^^•i«l¥lfa^tI^^^MlM^^3^*^ ,A 3 J.' ;.. v J Ai- ! .k'.l4s;^'.y, ,. .."iA.^^'.^^.,,. .*>„

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