The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 9, 1962 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

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Tuesday, January 9, 1962
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% v 5 :< " - > " \ "/** 5 ,&'£'?%& s (fK' f -J^'*<-t *~>' f" ^ t * < ' ri •> " t • *", {I-* , * •W ,Su P t. of .M . entered, St.; M i , 7, and Mrss ved from to 1426 I • fc • • *** <•• and 'Mrs. parents of aV. iforday at St. Attti „ The Methodist MM& Fr on South America. m\ nave begun'J&n: «9"ha's Poned untiUFeb,t;4,f4 Siildy Class eh^&s-'id been-^ogt- 4«risft •£«»oyrenan. -rnursaay, Nitt qub^r.&^i' .,s, ^^ 1 ' 4\i^*'^.v .t- i V«».i * ' '* .,.hahtWri» of t Vfiutli .^stmrs Vlsltlrtg their children! '\ M£ 'j x 4. ^f**""* ' ^ '.iW. and Mrs. MJlo Rent* had as )m' before Christ' New Years Mr. Stewart and fam- £..j&r holiday visitors at the tort*' were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hattevlck'aHd son of St. Paul ar H!l^l^jN th^'faofiriess .session *tth the Couples' ciub-tt charge. * ' wHH^dUi Jrrcfl Dli6l*^ dfld jpfijl fitf^t rfe 'R^ to Iowa State'University a ff»*g .Wednesday after spendinf; the holiday, vacation here wlti their parents. , Kffl. Bel Canto music club will mee Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Casey Ldss. Mrs. Richard Burt is assisting hostess. The program, on American composers, will be given by Mrs. Claris Kresensky, Mrs. C. C. Shierk and Mrs. Barbara Welp. for. and Mrs. Ernest Egel were visited over the New Years weekend by their daughter, Gwen and James Kildow, both of Kansas City, Mo. The latter couple's en- jagement has been announced and the wedding Set for April 28 in the Pre'sbyteriflti church hefe. IVirt 8 Fill JTM* 01 unit £<u children, former Algerians,1 trs. William Foth. Mimfr*^ Danny, eight year old sd.. „. >. and Mrs. Don Smith, observed New Years Day with an emergency appendectomy at St. Ann hospital. He has been dismissed from :he hospital,' but is not yet back 'T school. Friends here have received word hat former Algonan, Jim Bishop suffered a severe heart attack )ec. 18 at his home in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is making a good''re- every but will be a patient at St. Francis hospital for at least a month. reports will be^eard ficers elected for 19& Ruth circle of the church will meet at whichi l and new " W Arthur Hix and ,„. „ program ^d-Mrs. .Richard curt, devotions. New. officers' for 1962 are Mrs. Harley , Troutman, Jr., pre-chairman; Mrs. Lamont Wel^ lendorf, co-chairman; Mrs. Keith •treasurer;-Mrs. Several Algona people went to nason City .Thursday.evening for tastallatipn services for 'Howard Jackson as president of' the lowa- j Nebraska district' of K i w a n 1 s Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett. H. Jensen, who has been In health for^ ,some time is -.„—.. a patient at Holy Fam hospital, Estherville. He was ; rtitted Saturday. ospital. 'She had pneumonia. The' Leek daughters of Wesley, granddaughters of Charles Reaper, held a New Vear's Eve party at the Reaper hqme. Seyeral of their school mates attending. , Mrs. Phyllis Sthithers and .child^n have all been down with flu for the past week. Her sister _, 2 of LuVerne has been help- Debra Kay Is the new daughter at the home of Mr. and- Mrs. Orville Thiel. She has 3 brothe Mr. l and Mrs. John Haye I Cedar Rapids spent this weekend with Mrs. Marguerite Hayes, Scouting Post 'Ed Aridlrsbn, 6f Hiinlf&Tdl, Lo>' cal District '(ftalfffiatOo* Boy Scouts of Afflifica, Prime; Gold Area Council, 'annourtc^.the afi pointment of Elgin' Alletf,,,cf Al* gbiia, as the District SMdwcChaif- man fdr the "Scoutirigland Exposition" to.-be held in tlflfjfifetrict of Scotitint Wthfng 6 '' Scoutingiarid. : for and places- will ; be „„ nbunced shortly 1 by the mlttee, will have a' deikma, boothvfor.each Cub'; fidfitl Ertptorer'tinlt. Each'unit"-1* lect,an activity,or skil it is particulafty • Inter VOH5U «u lu will "present -it >"Uve" tfte.actttal demonstrations of Scoutlh|-Skills. More women than men; the U. S. as Immigrant^ vs, 451,000), in the last three years, but more,: men 1 -"than" wririierf migrated frofti. the' U; S.?to fcther countries. " ,' . ' ,*'*'? chJ&Hatea an- nd/of and e to 1.000 <, T CITTUnT 11 Ltu 1HW11J- I > ) i . *, >, « ,•, .* * * HA •} f r;? j rr 1 Starts ALGONA.IOWA '• i r H ,U >- i M- sensational mid-winter •r •, ; m^ clearance of Get MAN-SIZED Savings! MEN'S SWEATERS PULLOVER OR CARDIGAN ENTIRE STOCK 20% OFF MEN'S SPORT COATS VALUES TO $39.95 18-88 PRICED FROM (All Better Coats Reduced Proportionately) MEN'S WASH & WEAR COTTON SLACKS $4.98 VALUES $5.95 VALUES '3.99 4.99 MEN'S WOOL SCARFS Vb OFF : "•?<; iif-;i hi < »;»> • ,c >. 1 i. S '< J i ? i OF QUALITY ME NSWEAR $' #| "I^^V-.'t^^ new styles. Come in early and SAVE UP TO $26 X HUB> W ' de ehoice of fabries ' «»lon and MEN'S WORK GLOVES DOUBLE YELLOW FLANNEL HEAVY WEIGHT WORK SHOES NOW 4.88 BIG JACKET VALUES FOR MEN rln " . also suburbans included in these prices I PP flht |OCket '' lur - eoat » or the,e VALUES TO $16.95 J 1 TO $21.95 TO $25.95 ^ ^^ '- " ' 10 $25.95 '12.99 NOW 16-99 NOW 19.99 SAVE ON BOYSWIARU BOY ' S (wnsh & wear) PARKAS * SUBURBANS ^K ; 8.80 on Prices Smashed for Quick Clearance i I CHOOSE FROM I ENTIRE STOCK 20% OFF MEN'S LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS FAMOUS BRANDS $3.98VAIUE *$,QOVAIUI 2.88 3.78 MSN'S FLAN Nil SHIRTS s !l LONG SIEEVE SPORT SHIRTS ,« MM IVY SWCKS VMUKTOW.98 ia// COTTON WA$H« BOY'S SWEATERS 20% OFF 2.99 COTTON WASH A WfAR $3-98 VAWi All BOYS ZIP WINTER JACKETS s-" 14-OFF'iik sizes r SMAU*M|OWM S 1 * * ' j.t »,»:- '^A^m'^

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