The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1946 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 13, 1946
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, AUG. 13,1940', .YNBOEHCHER BRIDE AUGUST 5 ARDGEESMAN,BURT VETERAN • j * ,* < « « daughter of fjwra! wr Wi. Bde'tfchef. BrBIK., stfft of Mr. arid Qee3rr)aii, Wefe mar- , - j>< m. Mdnday, Augtisl firm Methodfst church 4 falls, S, D., the Hev. performing the . Was aiteritldd by eimers,. Waterloo) SoottchOr, brother * r • wore a nfle gfeert s| with blac kacccssor- *.-, bi'ldesmdid wore a S. MtH black accessor ,,' Both -wore corsages '(1 I Dale Me- Was graduated from High school in 1944, af- .1 she was employed at ,-PaCklng plant in Wat- \f a year. -The past eight j,She has boon employed fuller's- store, j Qeosman served in the 3; for , two and a half Jpuch of that time over*' received his discharge .-.^..ifaor. icdiiple spent several days JX Falls and at. Lake Oko- ipfore returning to Burl. 's Weather 6 — ad !»'7 (.06 r. f.)) __77 Low' 84, 62 64 59 50 49 i _ _ t ^ iu ^ ^Q , Soil temperature averages 75 [degrees, Harry Wolte, weather- K '---' '-' :tes. _ ••' •'.- ."•••• • \% . -------- ... _. ug. 9 (.09 r. f.)_____,J30 Ug. 10 ...:..'... .13.: - Praise Fair Officials who will judge ahd handle the. midget car races he"re Monday, Sept, 2, said yesterday after an Inspection of the local fair .grounds, face' tfack, tHat they believed -the I'Qcal track would lend; itself to rame of the : fastest midget,cat- driving,In this section of the country. * MACHINE Hoiis for salt at the Algdna Upper Des Mbinet Celebrations Quiet t County, celebration's over the past week-end resulted in-not a» single, call toi the county^heriffs office, A. J. Cpgley said Monday, • which - is' something,,' of a rarity cohsiderihg there Were four • celebrations iri the area at once. ' ; Dick Keen Coming To Sihg, August 20, At Club Dance H|t-e Dick Keen, former Algona boy and now & soloist on Siaito WHO, will be a headline attraction at the last Al- ffonft Country Club dance of the season, a week from io» nitjM, Tuesday, Au$. 20. 'Also appearing a£ a vocal- iSt oh fhe* progfart will be Leslie Daviss, another WHO vocalist. Cliff Black and His 11 Apiece Orchestra will play, There will be special prizes for the ladies, and extra refreshment facilities. Mem - bert arid all their friends are invited. Dancing starts at 9 f>. m., and pick sings at 11 Union: .foyce, Storekeeper 2nd class, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Olaf Homstad of Des Moines, and granddaughter of iMr. and Mrs Presley Sarchet of (Jnloh, came last Friday and remained over Sunday at the Robert Sarchet home. Miss ftomstad joined the Waves over, a year ago which time has toeen mostly spent in Hawaii. She reports oh conclusion of her leave Which is the last of August to ChaHestown, South Carolina, where' sh6 will remain for a year. A 'family gathering was held at the. Presley Sarchet home Sunday with picnic dinner. -ALCONA UPPER BBS MOINES, AtCONA IOWA- JOYCE ROMSTAD HOME FOR VISIT ALL NATIONALLY ADVERTISED LINES- -PAGE Ill Always Do Well At S&L! DURING OUR ANNUAL N ^^* ^^^ ^^W ^W ^I^F/ ^$ ^^ M^^^ HIpMI \ / + * Beaver Dyed Mouton .,..,, $129* elided and plaids. Idokfe like real fur! —warni as real furl —even more" service- able'than real fur! —at a mere fraction of the cost of real fur! sumptuous nen> "Teddy Bear" Coat of 100% Wool and Alpaca Complete your fill wardrobe with a cozy cuddle; coat to keep you comfy •II winter. Wear it with, ilacki or for dreti up I ;'_•••; Select on Convenient Lay-Away Note! COUIHOWOOO WOOU Wt 'wrrifls" rte-Tflll-*»i tl* win your heart *irqw»d IN CLOTHES FROM Send your boy back td school proud as punch and full of Self- confidence, In a wardrobe tot every occasion and every change of weather. COLLEGE CLOTHES SPORT COATS Knock-out camel and brown shade $20 or smart fancy checks. /Expertly To $22.50 tailored. LOAFER COATS Nylon lined . . . solid colors or $ 1 1 QQ small check pattern . . , ideal foV To college wear. $20 ZIPPER JACKETS Leather, poplin, gabardines — lined £f Qg or unlliied. W^ter repellent and To Wind, esistant. $25 NKLETS OR sox Anklets or regular length cottons, in fancy patterns ^ 39c To OOC •^V, 7 ! ?o !}•' Slipover sleeveless or with sleeves, i^ton .or zipper coat style in all popular shades. $3 To $6.95 COLLEGIATE HATS Lightweight felts with raw or $7 50 bound edge snap brim. Champ, To Portis, Stetson. $10 NEW FALL TOPCOATS Tweeds, fleeces, gabardines in single breasted fly front. Camel, brown, blue and gray. $25 To $35 GRADE&HI-SCHOOL CLOTHES SPORT COATS Checks and plaids for the boy of «p7."O To grade,or hi-school age. SI2 95 BOYS 1 JACKETS Poplin, wool or. gabardine' in all $350 shades. All water repellent and To wind resistant. $6.95 SCHOOL SLACKS Wool or washable pants to take fljo ye the hard school knocks. Pleats and To zipper, $0.95 LOADER COATS Fancy front, plain back and sleev- v7«30 '--,: ' : . . To es for dress or school. All shades, $10 BOYS' SWEATERS >y|th sleeves or two-tone button froRh- ' Good looking wearing, hard SCHOOL JUMPERS hoy&j swesf 1 to 10. Built fo* gfliool 8HIRT8*

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