The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1946 · Page 5
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TtJES'OAY, SEPT. 10, 1946. ttit Neighbors Hay (Four Corners: George Lee, Ray Smith, 'Keith Stephens, Chester 'Robinson, Ralph Smith, A. ,1. Eischeid and John Sabin put up hay at the Ed Rich place, 'last Wednesday. Art Alexander, cut the hay, Tuesday. Mr. Rich is still in,bed recovering from dust pneumonia. ' ; Tuesday and Wednesday 'September 10*11 ADRIAN BOOTH Co-Hit Dennis O'Keefe Helen Walker t in 1 'HER ADVENTUROUS NIGHT" -* Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 12-13-14 TWO-FISTED ACTION! SIDE-SPLITTING LAUGHTER! HEART-THRILLING BALLADS! Fentoti Piidher Oti Trip To Tottriiey Fettton: Herbert Pfeul left Thursday far Voungstown, O., tovplay with the Des Mbines 40 and 8 team in a national amateur baseball ctintest. He is ft pitcher. ; ; , ¥he 40 arid 8 teflm will meet fianerdft in the noar future for the state amateur title, with the winner g6ing to Battle Creek for a .national touTtinfncnt. Herbert pitched^ for . Bancroft last Wednesday as that team won ihe rtOfth : sUb-'district title from Waterloo, 27 to 4. He is a son of 'Rev. and Mrs. F. W. PreuV aii'd attends •• the University of Iowa. WANT ADS BRINGS REStlLTS! SHOP UPHOLSTERING AND TmNITURE REPAIRING 210 South Dodge St. 'Algona t ,'< LtlVerne Aid Supper LuVerne: The Lutheran La-> dies Aid met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Albert Kinselh as the hostess/ Plans were made for serving at the annual Mission Festival, Sunday, Sept. 15, at the churcfa. Ed Bakke To Head Legion At Ottosen Ottoscn: At a meeting held a week ago Monday, election of officers of the Otlosen American Legion post took place. Edwin Bakke was named commander, Lawrence Tolford is adjutant, Knut 'Oppedahl is treasurer, Jons Bjorg is chaplain, Ronald Vinous is scrgeant-at- arms, and Harold Sundt is the historian. Mrs, Alfred Grill Riverdale Hostess Mrs. Alfred Grill was . hostess, Sept. 4, at a meeting df the Riverdale Ladies Friendly Club. Mrs. Ray Fitch was assisting hostess. Mildred Faber of Chicago was r; guesi. . Mrs. Anton Weydcrt read old and new mottoes, and Mrs. Jewell Patterson, adult leader of the 4-H girls, spoke interestingly of the team trip to Des Moines.. Mrs. Julius Capesius read an interesting letter frorma.relative. Tjhe next meeting will be" Wed., Oct. 2,. and will toe a .guest day, with Mrs. Nicholas, Weydert and Mrs. Lyle Steele-as hostesses. MERttTRAVIS and His Bronco Busters CMiuiitmwpiiriir U.tti\ Stiff i • _ ProdiiKl by OOuat tSm , ? I";•;_. Co-Hit' ' '..' ,^*Bonita (Jr'anville '?^: fa ' : THEITRUTH ABOUT MURDER" Added Serial "Scarlet Horseman" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Sgpt. 1546-17-18 HE'S DYNAMITE AS A LOTHARIO! MEN'S JACKETS DESIGNED FOR WARMTH AND WEARAEILITY... ZELAN TREATED ' GABARDINE JACKETS Otliera to 12.95 For, leisure momenta ... • ••full) zipper from, revernilile cuffs liml deep slasli pockets. . ; Rayon or Kanlin lined. ZIPPER FRONT 1 H1INT2 HALJ. , »-.*» MEN'S POPLIN JACKETS Sizes 34 to 46 Action-back pleat . three-way pocket. your-sweater wear!' Kasha lined. MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM: • CORDED WOOL MELTON JACKETS , Leather trim, fancy hack, 3 'pQcItets .:... ••^8^^'jE^Ii>..M^CklNAW ^ Zipper front, 4 pockets, fancy l bj»ck , • WO'oif^;^JD LEATHER COMBINATION Leq(h«r collar, 30-inch length Jacket, full lined ,.; • 33-OZ, ALL WOOL MELTON JACKET Oxford Grey, 27 inches long, pipne? front .t , . . roomy For over- Rayon or /, LEISURE JACKETS 149S * • rnlnri'A 'frgnl wilh'cpu- ' v «y«.nnrf i " color 'f.T "i.'a' " r '."f ' i "' , ~ , Combinations )n up-to- to 42. TO 16.95 „ ALGONA Gamble Store In Retncrdeling Process Remodeling and rearrangefneirtt of the 'interior of the Gamble Store here is under way this week, under the direction of Bud Barnard, manager. ,' New counters have been received, and several new sections will be established within the store. A rearrangement end modernization of merchandise bins is also planned.' AlOOMA Remodeling Job Is Underway In Store A remodeling job is underway at the Goasl-lo-Coasl store here, under the supervision of the new manager, Kelly Johnson, who is lhandling Ihe store for Joe Bloom, ownef, who recently moved to St. Paul to 'be.connected with Coast- to-Coast headquarters. Mr. Johnson comes here from Northwood where he has been for the past year since leaving the army. Prior to entering the army 'he was connected with the Coast- to-Coast organization. Meeting At Lone Ro ' ;Lone Rock: The Amvets will meet at the home of Mrs. Walter Thompson next,Friday, September 13. Every member will 'please bring a guest eligible to' become a member. Enlarge, Rearrange Store's Floor Space Enlargement of the floor space at the Pratt Electric Co. applience store, and remodeling of the record and radio.department of the Kos- su-th Radio & Electric Co., in the some building .is neafing completion. ; , The record department of the Intter firm (has been moved to ihe roar and • a; new record-playing room is being.prepared. The radio repair shoo will be in a room of its own. The space formerly occupied by the record section will now carry an expanded line of home appliances. The new arrangement will allow more general floor space, and provide record patrons with more convenience in making a selection. Ray Cook is a new employee as Boys!... CHOICE OF TWO FAVORITES . .<. * Moccasin Loafers for Classroom Comi Jl ctfortswcar in or outdoors Rubber sole*. t, fl)»l*rs 2i/4 to 6. Sti-Up Oxfqrds > "for active Junior! . . heavily s t;i t c h e d 9 cam » and NEO- 7,rrE soles . . . leather heels. Sizes 2'/ij to 6. Dept. Store •.Coral with Black • Blue icith Black Jt-Aqua with Black < Fink'tclth Black • Maize with Broun Stripe Strategy' hi ^Style-Wiie hnion ** V * Fo*-»fW m *w«h «gR'j^K? Cn«»*i? t»* S* ^^Mi^^sjs * ^^™ » c(f 'Septettrber 1 in the home appliance setition of the Pratt Electric. <Mflton Dahl operates tho Kossulh Radio & Electric. Algtfna Has 2 Men On I. S. T. C. Squad W. J. (Bill) Moldren of Algorfti is one of a number of promising football candidates who have turned out for the squad at Iowa State teachers college, Cedar Falls. He is a toackfield prospect. Dick Skilling of Algona is another member of the squad, and plays guard. Both young men formerly played wilih Algona high FUNERAL CHAPEL Tlio Golden Jtiilo Olif Principle I'lione 521-W Algona ... Action Loving Shoes Wedgies skillfully molded ia glove- soft Miedene . . . nilniMnblc for drr** or onsiml wear . . . Blnrk. .Si/.cs '1 to 9. READY NOW! TOR FALL! • II • • Favorite Boxy Cardigans • Fitted-at-Waist Slip-overs • Boxy Slip-overs • Womens Coat Sweaters SPECIAL Look / . • • every sweater in this group was meant to sell for considerably more. every sweater in this group is 100% Virgin Wool Worsted. sweaters for every choosing with sizes 34 to 40 in Cardigans and Slip-overs; 40 to 46 in button front • Coat Sweaters. Look I i • * Look ! ... ever y popular co|or to pick fi*om , . , including White, Blue, Pink, Yellow, Cherry, Red, Lime, Pine Green, Black, Navy, Grey, Brown I ^

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