The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1967 · Page 6
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8-Aloona (la.) Upper Dei Motnti Thur*dey, August '44, LOCALS uniiiHiHiiiiiiimiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiimimimiiitii! MR - AND MRS ' Cordon Kuhn were visited Friday i by their sor, i Mr. ant Mrs, Bob Kithn, Kirk and Mindv. and Mrs. Leotfi Ha5- Illlllllllimillllllimilliimilllimmimmillllll! p in. Ankeny MR. AND MRS. LarrrSi. Jahn, soa-ln-law and daucnter o{ Mr. MR. AND MRS. JWmSotilmmel and Mrs. Ferman Heinar,, are were visits. ortt day !«si wppfc by parents oi a son bam Auc. IP fit ttipit dsufhtei. Mrs. D«~; ."i Mooreland. He has b&sc naitifti ant', riaurhtprs. n^bhir Scott Phillip. Mrs. Wilfrec S:. l.aiire.r.s. Mrs. Sriiir sT»f sp«nt si*; v.f>efc* *1tli her sister, Mffi, Nftlilt Ctn^Nftil. Mrs. Cumptall nkmt hiiroe vith Jif.r ind will remUn hf>r* Another Uthof Shows Winner John, Denver, Cola., is assisting In the care of the J^si::}. MR. A.VD MBS. .les? Hurar spent Use u-eersn; t; SciuvFtlls S. D. witi tieir swa-in-Jiv aiu daughter, Mr. ini V.rs. wi^i.-i.rr. Kelly, aad t^i -."ti. ihsrr. tlip;: grasiiirsttsr, Kiilijefii. Kr.il'. VtlO uiil Spf—t I *tV v^si;.: hf'Tt.. lin?c! tc I*;, : ailment «.« -.<; Si. MRS n i,rRCrSOHF.Rf:r; P»- rio.ii. M;u'; ZK- Tnn. hn-'f- rp- iirnpi'. fron. <~- ^v.•^-wppl: '-'isi', nt A:. .Ii-sse. C.^\ii. \-~iii tic: snt, r,;_ ri.Tiii.-'itfr-ir^-J.-vv, \:: . :iiu lrs i<-~o' Sr.hpro:. Tttf l^-r.^- rJi«rfr^ .'i~( nit-fiiitf n: s. s.ir, SZ.XL SJ at ls-fi C.-.J r:.r riiss^TLtini.. HE r.ame:. Ksi!c'. Chr;stopt!f-r. ?iiT>. -JC KfS. ri.injJi .l.-.rcf'!- ilATT !•• T! ,~ ~?7 ji^tt' Mrs. Heir' Krclr.ii^, .= i icil piias i: SL ATI:. :i;;s xrL t.: MR. AM; M5.S. .".r SL-rCir, Stipisr, ST.' sni 1L-. ii: Mrs. MR. AVD KR&. L. wfprf vislfpfi MnndM fcy hf.r cousins. Mr. Bflfi Mrs. .TtTsss MirCul- loth, AltOiinti. Mrs. Kobinson sufft>r«i t hroVw. 1tf<. eircv in a full pwly ir. .^uly fcni iptrtcrtthe pas; lifts bcfiR r*3n.>TPd. In the M! shf ftls>-' sustJiinfi &n injury tr hf; rifhl WTISS, rwt is slv^vly MRS. .'iESS LASH5SOOK took Mrs. ,Ts.l;f C-.\lden tc Fort tf tn .ibsen'aac '? tiirSidi?'. Mr.Godden's ' v-£.s the sime <iay Jxit he 3r«sn'; cet oat much as he is ro.werinf froir. cataract sur- ptry performei in Chicago awhile afo. Their son Warren tele- :ihon?c ttern Sunday from Chicaf: ano he and his »lfe and children plan to t>e here Friday ::.r a visit. MR. AXD MRS. Ferman Heinen vere visited one day last week by their snn Joe and wife and twin sons, Brace and Bryan. MRS. 5EECHER LANE is going to Manchester next week to bring her mother, Mrs. Nellie Harvey, here for a two week visit. Mrs. Lane will attend a class reunion at Delaware where she attended school in the lower grades. Not Too Thick Applying too thick a coat of paint causes the pitlnt to wrinkle. Th,ls can be avoided If you take care to brush or roll out your paint sufficiently. All But George George Washington was the only president who never lived In the White House. But he did choose the site and approved the design. Award-winning cattle are nothing new to the Uthof family o Fenton, and the Kossuth Fair Hereford champion shown by Darle Uthof is no exceotlon. OJDM Photo bv Poundstone) MR. AND MRS. Dwight From- SHERRI BAKER spent the week bach, Ricci, Cindy, and Sandra end at Davenport and has accepted „,.„ .—^<_ „ ..... . . .. a position there ln a new san ._ tarium. She plans later to enter are spending a few days at the Iowa State Fair, Des Moines. They left Tuesday. an art school. r A Computer Couldn't Make A Better Match Program yourself for the fashion pair-off of all time, in Pandora color-ups that put a new light on switchables. Sweaters of "Scotchkin" lOO^r wool. A. Crew Neck Pullover Zipper Back Red Copper Sizes 34 to 40 B. Buckled-up Kilt W~, Wool, 15<Tr Nylon plaid Navy Brown Sizes 5 to 15 C. Crew Cardigan Green Brown Sizes 34 to 40 D. Welt Seam Drum Skirt 1009* Wool 12oo goo 12oo Navy Blue G;een Sizes 5 tn li> 900 D. WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU'LL NEED FOR COLLEGE '67 I I *** DIAMOND'S PRE-SCHOOL SPECIALS 2500" SLACKS OR MANY - MANY - MANY NO IRONS!!! BOY'S NO IRON SLACKS Olive, Tan or Loden Reg. $3.95 & $4.95 Sizes 6-18 NOW $2.00 EACH YOUNG MEN'S No Iron SLACKS Olive, Tan, Loden Sizes 28 - 38 Reg. $5.95 NOW $2.99 EACH EXTRA SPECIAL; Boys' No-Iron SLACK-JEANS your choice of olive or black Reg. $3.44 each Sizes 6 • 18 SALE PRICE 2 for $5.00 No • Iron GARRIGAN SLACKS Sizes 26 - 42 $5.95 LUGGAGE AMERICAN TOURISTER LUGGAGE Head for the For solid packing , , FOOT LOCKERS MEN'S OR BOYS' LONG OR SHORT SLEEVE SWEAT *1 0 {) SHIRTS y | VALUES TO $5.95 EACH Many Styles to Choose From BOYS GIRLS MEN WOMEN JACKETS Vdues to $8.93 3.21 ZIPPERED NYLON UTILITY BAG Comparable I Value $4.95 SUPPLY LIMITED I BACK-TO-SCHOOL GYM TRUNKS '8-40 ATHLETIC SUPPORTERS all sizes $1.00 I FINAL CLEARANCE ON ALL SHORT SLEEVE SWEAT SHIRTS! WITH OR WITHOUT NUMBERS VALUES TO $2.95 EACH S P E I BOYS AND MEN DRESS SHOES The latest in styles of loafers or ties At The Most Reasonable Of Prices Sim l'.;i to Men 13' $5.99 to $14.99 REGISTER FOR FREE HONDA IN COOPERATION WITH NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE L moe chancw tow|n •+•»•

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