The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1967
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27 Jets Are Senior Champs ^ily :.: tlVrMitysar. ^ t-- dry's iirstAiner- i ferric-; scholar. cc:a?ti:n of tns school tarni;^ to the Unites Stales during A'irjst, 1365, to enter the University of Kentucky for ere-medical studies. Mina. C. W. Conr. ind C-er.s Kooc hid taken iUry -Jean by pliae to Blocminrton July 16. Places Second j-i-C"C seoorvu LI L.e A *earure a.-/! t.e first Kfore a Urge .:,-_-.;.. Mr. RECENT GUE?TS it til's home •Writer. Mrs. R. C. 5~rrie, ... -..,._,.,... ,.-_,. ., .-.,„,..,. ,,,-.. ,,;_, .,-,.! u_- "'*.' S<H.-Jl *=..' lusl.l. i-J 4i..p.'-ie i'rip or. ufith place in &•= Les Bo-iser. i.v; ••'irer., EiMtr.- pi. se^n roint sti-viings. '•V;i-;;n, 11=0 of Alrona, is first in total points at present, ^hile Leo Christensea, West Ber.d, is 22."-:, inJ Jin: Euginrton, Alscra, 26th. liurr::er, ?s:, ni fa.rr.ily, Mr. ir.:~Mrs. J:L- ?. Ccleman, V/ish- ' ' " ..... '"""" ; -"-••-- ' LuVerne Man's Brother Dies In Colorado De^v'ir, O->;-,. 'Led .oit.r" fcr..%.-i2 ix—.r^. i,-:r«- r.«:;- Mr. ir.d Mr-. Lore:, o ! r ^--'liy^, ::.%;. v:s-%d a till Sunday. Mr:,. ?%r;;ir/;e'o, .Vr. Mr. a.v: },:.-= L-. t. 4 .* Verr..or: Z:sS£. -^ ± yt. 1 :.: A-ra>s. Relative Of Titonka Couple To Europe ep- TrTO:rKA - CynUiia Chandler, '•'.-•*:•_ laagr.te: of Mr. and Mrs. H, R. Mrs. ^::.::^ Ho-ep-er bad as Chan-ller, Davton, Ohio, and ? -ru be: ? r;-doov;gbte:, Mr. jranidaughter of Mrs. G. D. Welan-; Mrs. Do- Roiisen ar.o ; chil- housen, TiicnJia, sailed from New o ! r=:r. Molir.i, HI., from Friooiy York June 21 for Rotterdam, Hol- j^,^ s"ne wiU attend a language ge, cainp in Korinth, Island of Funen, ry Denmark for approximately four weeks. On Aug. 1, she will go an rs. Dile 3ra;."ton, to Hojbjerg, Denmark, a suburb :.u of a son o{ Aarhus, where she will live y^y 3 Ibs., y, the home of the Jens Toft SADDLE UP AND COME OUT TO READ'S ON RIDIKULUS DAYS SAVE PLENTY OF MOO-LA ALL ITEMS WILL BE AT OUR PAR KING LOT IN FRONT OF THE STORE OR IN OUR WAREHOUSE AT 210 NORTH PHILLIPS STREET DRIVE UP AND PARK HERE DON'T MISS THESE FANTASTIC PRICES! Pictures Sofas Chairs Rockers Lamps Table Accessories Floral Arrangements Lawn Chairs Lawn Tables Bedroom Chair Plaques Coffee Tables End Tables Rugs Lazy Boy Chairs Flexsteel Sofas Selig Sofas Bar Stools Floor Plants Wicker Table Childs Chair HERE'S A SAMPLE OF A FEW ITEMS TABLE FLORAL Arrangements Scenic JRES framed AS ALWAYS, THE BEST BUYS AROUND FURNITURE & CARPETING AND WATSON INTERIORS 210 No, Phillip* Algona :':r:.e-'i ': .T.e aiter sper.'iing some •T. : r.een r.'Ospitaiize o at Lan- M?.. A. N .~D MRS. James Krtoer ir.d family have moved to Ames "-here Jim is Corking in con- M?.S. FRANCES HONKER, Des Moines, spent a fe-- 'lays at the home- -A her sister, Mrs. Gene MES. VERONICA KESTING is being visited for a few days by her son and -,vii"e, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kesting, Piano, Texas. MR. A.VD MRS. Charlie Fox are being visited by their daughter, Mrs. Keith Campbell and daughters, Patricia, and Kathryn, Sheldon, while Mr. Campbell is at Camp Guernsey, Wyo. with the National Guard. DR. .AND MRS. Harold Erickson have returned after spending from July 18 to the 20th at Lake Okoboji where they attended the Contact Lens convention. MR. AND MRS. Ted Herbst, Lori and Teri are home after a two week vacation spent at the summer home of Mrs. Herbst's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Lacy, Rhindlander, Wis. RECENT GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Milder were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Paulson and children, La Habre, Calif. Mrs. Paulson is a sister of Mrs. Milder. MR. AND MRS. Maury White, Des Moines, spent several days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Dies Post. Mr. -.Vhusis a brother of Mrs. Post. DR. AMD MRS. Dear. Koob had is guests last week, Mrs. Koo'r.'s brother, Dr. and Mrs. Larry DeCo-ok ind family. MR. AND V.ES. Russell Guster had Mrs. Ouster's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Churchill, B^rnid;:, Minn, is guests recently. MRS. GENE HOOD went to Rochester to meet her daughter, Mary Jean, who has spent the past 10 days at Bioomington, BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FIL1HG COUNTY ASSESSOR ESTIMATE N'OTICE — T'r.e Cor.:ere"c? H-?3.-d of Kosrj'.r. Cour.'v lo'.va. C.'. -?6: Au.ust 14. \'~- ;'. 23.3 ?M it C-jr-. HsiiM ir. AJjorJ. lo-A'a. ;xp=veTs -A :;i be heard for or aesir.s* Vr.c :'?:',r->.;-^ estimate c: exp-er.di* res for :.-.e fijcsl year tej:r--ing Jar.usry 1. IKS. L J Irr.rr.e-'.s:;. Cierk Cou.-.'.y CorJere.-.ce Board f :-• ^ v: i z -c ^ 2 -2,= _- £ ! ~:~ [5"- expense ....j 12J« Z-xpe.-.di'.'Jres For Year 1M5 «.537 TOTAL | 12 j« [ 43.537 1S66 43.M5 -iS.M9 3 ?-? »-= ^23 » —.I "a" 52.751 _. " t ~ v 5 - S £• • — V T 3 . f"; r s ~ •* "l 2 ^^ a.Tsi 7 , 3§ || t = *• "* ^ • ~ - 2 C P 3<3 "3 i S 3 32.791 S2.791 lv Assessor lew for year 15« $cO.C-59.5M PRICES TO YOU'LL BE SICK IF YOU MISS THE GREAT BIG RIDICULOUS DAY BARGAINS AT SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT STORE FIT ALL POCKETBOOKS 4? IIII Off f ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY^ USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN ! ALL PENCALE AND NATION WIDE SHEETS REDUCED! DURING MID-SUMMER WHITE GOODS EVENT TWIN OR FULL MATTRESS PADS TWIN $3.17 FULL $4.17 STAMPED PILLOW CASES $lpr. BIG BLANKET SPECIAL SOLID COLOR RAYON $3.99 SOX 108 SHEET BLANKET __ $1.99 72 X90 THERMAL $5.99 SINGLE CONTROL ELECTRIC $9.99 CHECK THESE FOR TREMENDOUS SAVINGS MENS Penn'-Prest Cotton Slacks $3.99 T-Shirts & Briefs 2 for $1 Thermal Shirts & Drawers $1 or $1.66 Short Sleeve Sweatshirts $1,50 Chambray Work Shirts $1 All Mens Dress Straw Hats and Caps Orig. $1 NOW 50e WOMENS Hose, Suntan or Gala pr __________________ Better Purses, orig. $4.99 _____ _ NOW $2 Rfl All White Purses ________________ _"_"_" ____ Strap Sandals, orig. $1 __________________ NOw" Summer Shifts All Shorts and Cut Offs, orig. $2 to $4 "/NOW $1 All Womens Swimsuits $2 66c $2.44 88 $4.88 EVERY MENS OR BOYS SWIMSUITS IN STOCK, orig. $2 to $4 NOW $1.22 Summer Dress Slacks, orig. $7.98 NOW $4.44 Better Dress Slacks, orig. S9.95 NOW $4.88 BOYS Briefs and T-Shirts 3 for $1 Denim Jeans 6-12 $1 BOYS SHIRTS, 150 S S PLAIDS ALSO LS KNITS & FLANNELS $1 Belts, orig. $1 , NOW 50c Cotton Slacks $1.99 AH Boys Shorts or Cut Offs - $1.44 Small Boys (4-10) Shorts, orig. $1 NOW 66c Baveball Caps, orig. SI NOW 44e MISCELLANEOUS Printed Muslin Pillow Cases 2 for $1 Houiewares Promotional Pieces 50e ea. 2 Gallon Watering Cans 50c Clock Radios, automatic on &. off timer, orig. $19.99 NOW $14.88 SS Cotton Rich Girl Tops, orig. $2.98 NOW $1 66 SHOES Ladies Flat & Low Heels, some white, orig. $7 to $9 ALL ONE PRICE $2.88 Mens Dress & Casual Shoes, orig. $9 & $10 NOW $4 88 Canvas Shoes Boys & Mens sizes, orig. $3 & $4 1 NQW $ , 5Q GIRLS & INFANTS Infant SS Pullover Shirts 3 f or *. All Sunsuits, orig. $1 to $K49 ~ NOW 33c All summer weight Pajamas *. Infant Dresses, sizes 2-4, " $!"& to Stretch Denim Cut Offs, orig. $1.59 to $1.98~_~_~NOW 88c Shorts & Matching Knit Tops ~~ 44 HOME FURNISHINGS Threads, 40 yd. spools ,£ REMNANT REDUCED Thermal Spreads, Full 'n Twin __ _ t* AA 3 Only, Better Spreads, orig, $25 -_~_T_~_Y_~N~OW~ PIECE GOODS - BROADCLOTH Ginghams, plaids, checks 44 C yd.

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