The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 24
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2—Algeria (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, July 27, 1967 Jets Are Senior Champs Pictured above are the Senior League Girls' Softball champions. They are the Jets who finished regular season play last week with a record of seven wins and two losses. Front row, left to right: Betty Reynolds, Jean Prothrnan, Pat Harms and Jalene Lalller. Back row, left to right: Coach Dick Reynolds, Jennifer Lijnbaugh, Kathy Murphy and Linda Reynolds. Not present when the picture was taken were Cynthia Winter, Susan Walker, Mary Lou Boudewyns, Debbie Kern, Susan Kinseth and Susan Hemrnen. LuVerne Man's Brother Dies In Colorado LUVERNE - Donald Smith, Denver, Colo, died Saturday and funeral services were held Wednesday at Eagle Grove with burial in the Verrion cemetery. Mr. Smith has a son Daniel in Eagle Grove and a brother, Lester Smith, LuVerne. - o - Mr. and Mrs. August Pergande went to Des Moines Saturday to visit Mrs. Pergande's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Larson. Sunday, they visited a niece of Mrs. Pergande's, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Vetter, Thor. Mrs. Duarie Green has moved her household goods into a house at Humboldt and plans to move there soon. Her husband plans to come back from Vietnam the last of August or first of September. Mrs. Emma Hoepner had as guests her granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Paulsen and children, Moline, m., from Friday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rutledge, Escondido, Calif., visited Henry Pergande last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brayton, Sheffield, are parents of a son born July 18, weighing 9 Ibs., 10 oz, He was named James Robert. He has two brothers and four sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach are maternal grandparents. Mrs. Henry Kubly and Mrs. Edwin Marty attended an open house held Sunday at Humboldt honoring Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kunert, Mankato, Mirm., on their 50th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Kunerfis the former Pearl Friday from near LuVerne, former neighbors of the Kublys. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers, Corwith, visited Mrs. Myrtle Ej-'leston Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard, Wesley, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ergleston. In the afternoon, they visited a sister-in- law of Mrs. Eggleston's in Webster City. On their way home, they stopped at Sam Meyers, a cousin, near Webster City and a daughter Mr. and Mrs. Art Henry's in Eade Grove. Mrs. Anna Klawitter was admitted to Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday for X-rays. Grace Lichty was released from the hospital Friday and was taken by ambulance again to the Rotary Ann nursing home in Eagle Grove where she has made her home for some time. Mrs. Jack Guy returned from Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge where she had surgery. Relative Of Titonka Couple To Europe TITONKA - Cynthia Chandler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Chandler, Dayton, Ohio, and granddaughter of Mrs. G. D. Wel- housen, Titonka, sailed from New York June 21 for Rotterdam, Holland. She will attend a language camp in Korinth, Island of Funen, Denmark for approximately four weeks. On Aug. 1, she will go to Hojbjerg, Denmark, a suburb of Aarhus, where she will live in the home of the Jens Toft Knudsen family for the next year. She will be the city's first American Field Service scholar. Upon completion of the school year she will tour Europe for approximately one month, returning to the Unites States during August, 1968, to enter the University of Kentucky for pre-medical studies. Minn. C. W. Conn and Gene Hood had taken Mary Jean by plane to Bloomington July 16. RECENT GUESTS at the home of Mrs. William Barry were her daughter. Mrs. R. C. Berrie, McGregor, Minn, and Mrs. Berrie's daughter, Mrs. Larry Boesen and two children, El Monte, Calif. Mis. Boesen will visit at McGregor while her husband is attending summer school in Nashville, Tenn. Places Second Gene Schattschneider, Algona, placed second in the A feature and the first heat before a large crowd at Jackson, Minn. Speedway Saturday night to improve his grip on ninth place in the season point standings. Les Wildin, also of Algona, is first in total points at present, while Leo Christensen, West Bend, is 22nd, and Jim Edgington, Algona, 26th. V RECENT GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reding were their daughter, Pat, and family, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Coleman, Washington, D. C. MR? °AUL SEELEY has returned I <me after spending some time with her brother, Neil Hintz, who has been hospitalized at Lansing, Kans. SADDLE UP AND COME OUT TO READ'S ON RIDIKULUS DAYS SAVE PLENTY OF MOO-LA ALL ITEMS WILL BE AT OUR PARKING 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 Fine Pillow Back TABLE LAMPS tall-all colors reg. $24.95 Arrangements Large Scenic LAWN CHAIRS fully padded reg, $34,95 AS ALWAYS, THE BEST BUYS AROUND FURNITURE & CARPETING AND WATSON INTERIORS 210 No. Phillips Algona MR. AND MRS. James Knoer "and family have moved to Ames where Jim is working in construction. MRS. FRANCES BONDER, Des Moines, spent a few days at the home of her sister, Mrs. Gene Hood. MRS. VERONICA RESTING is being visited for a few days by her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kesting, Piano, Texas. MR. AND 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. Dick Post. Mr. White is a brother of Mrs. Post. DR. AND MRS. Dean Koob had as guests last week, Mrs. Koch's brother, Dr. and Mrs. Larry DeCook and family. MR. AND MRS. Russell Guster had Mrs. Ouster's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Churchill, Bemidji, Minn, as guests recently. MRS. GENE HOOD went to Rochester to meet her daughter, Mary Jean, who has spent the past 10 days at Bloomington, BUDGET ESTIMATE AMD RECORD OF FILING COUNTY ASSESSOR ESTIMATE at L-ourt nuusc in *-»*Bwii««t »v"«•• Taxpayers win ne nearo ,or or ., .ho following estimate of expend!lures for the fiscal year beginning January 1. 1B6S. *»„.»,. L. J. Immcrfall, Clerk County Conference Board 1 2 3 . _ FUNDS Assessment Sxpcnse TOTAL g t- IP 12.206 12,206 Expenditures For Year 1065 48.537 48,537 1966 •19,009 49,009 Proposed Expenditures Estimated 1968 52,781 52,701 4 -, Estimated Unencumbered Balance to Reduce Levy Jan. 1. 1968 5. _ Estimated Income Other Than Taxation 1968 •^ ( Amount Necessary to be raised by Taxation 1968 52.791 5^.791 Taxable Valuation subject to County Assessor levy for year 1966 $80,059,556 PRICES TO YOU'LL BE SICK IF YOU MISS THE GREAT BIG RIDICULOUS DAY BARGAINS AT SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT STORE FIT ALL POCKETBOOKS 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 $1 pr. BIG BLANKET SPECIAL SOLID COLOR RAYON $3.99 80 X 108 SHEET BLANKET __ $1.99 72 X90 THERMAL $5.99 SINGLE CONTROL ELECTRIC $9.99 CHECK THESE FOR TREMENDOUS SAVINGS MENS WOMENS Penrv-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 50c Hose, Suntan or Gala pri i Better Purses, orig. $4.99 ___________ "~NOW $288 All White Purses ______ ........... _______ '$ 2 Strap Sandals, orig. $1 __ ..... _________ _"_~NOW~66e Summer Shifts __________________ $244 All Shorts and Cut Offs, orig. $~2 to~$~4~~-~_L~_~NOW $1*88 All \A7»"» v«* fi —. . C . . . : __ . • i _ ^ • • w All Womens Swimsuits $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 5Qc Cotton Slacks $1.99 All Boys Shorts or Cut Offs $1.44 Small Boys (4-10i Shorts, orig. $1 NOW 66c Baseball Caps, orig. $1 NOW 44c MISCELLANEOUS Printed Muslin Pillow Cases 2 for $1 Housewares Promotional Pieces 5Qc ea. 2 Gallon Watering Cans 5Qc Clock Radios, automatic on & off timer, orig. $19.99 NOW $14.88 SS Cotton Rich Girl Tops, orig. $2,98"r"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 $4^8 Canvas Shoes Boys & Mens sizes orig. $3 & $4 -------------------- NQW $] 5Q GIRLS & INFANTS Infant SS Pullover Shirts _ •» f *i AM Sunsui.s, orig. $1 to $1,49":::;;;; NOW ale All summer weight Pajamas 4, Infant Dresses, sizes 2-4, ... ....... ~^.~l li Stretch Denim Cut Offs, orig. $1.59~~to $T98~ NOWBSe Shorts & Matching Knit Tops »' *o ._ rsuw BBC t- HOME FURNISHINGS Threads, 40 yd. spools - REMNANT REDUCED Thermal Spreads, Full 'n Twin 3 Only, Better Spreads, orig. 2« eg. PIECE GOODS - BROADCLOTH'-' Ginghams, plaids, checks 44^ y ,

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