The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 27, 1962 · Page 7
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Once-A-Year SALE Everybody Knows & Waits For! NOW IN PROGRESS! STILL GOING STRONG! ''Sterling Silver Coasters or Ash Tray 79' 4 PIECE SILVER COFFEE SERVICE SALE PRICE '12.95 STERLING BOOK MARKS 79 BRACELETS HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE FROM 49c & Big 21" Three Compartment SILVER DINNER DISH Reg. $19.00 SALE $ 9.95 EAR RINGS 49c-79c-98c EXAMPLES OF THE BARGAINS I DIAMONDS REG. SALE 1 ct. total weight'white gold dia. and matched wedding ring $450.00 — $276.50 37/100 ct. emerald cut diamond and matched, wedding ring $300.00 — $195.00 Diamond and matching wedding ring $167.50 — $ 99.00 \ Diamond Solitaire North Star Style \\. and match, wedding ring ..... $100.00 — $ 59.95 '•• Diamond Dinner Ring, 3 diamonds $ 39.75 — $ 26.95 23 Diamond and Cultured Pearl " , dinner rtagj $225.00 — $150.00 15 Diamond pinner Ring $250.00 — $179.50 *Gent's 3 diamond yellow gpld ..... $150.00 — $99,50 - Gent's^diamond yellow'goidi-T.,-.'^2?.o8'— $i48.95*; Selection of diamond set wedding rings .... Vales to $150.00 — SALE $9.95 to $63.00 4 diamond wedding ring $ 75.00 — $ 43.95 3 diamond wedding ring $ 29.50 — $ 14.95 4 diamond wedding ring $ 60.00 — $ 35.95 3 diamond wedding ring $ 35.00 — $ 21.95 4 diamond wedding ring $ 80.00 — $ 39.95 3 diamond wedding ring $ 32.50 — $ 19.95 LARGE SELECTION YELLOW GOLD WEDDING RINGS .... SPECIAL $ 3.95 LADIES DIAMOND SET WATCH BANDS REG. SALE 6 Diamond white gold $115.00 — $ 59.50 2 Diamond white gold $ 45.00 — $ 24.95 14 Diamond white gold $145.00 — $ 79.50 2 Diamond white gold $ 89.50 — $ 45.95 6 Diamond white gold $110.00 — $ 59.50 You've never seen <Hiy Sttfa like our SILVERPLATED HOLLOWARE' CROSBY !S? «• , ,4:-.-, i A •' f pe. candy dish with crystal glass' compartment Insert _. r water r pltcher , «lc* i guard. Vegetable dish & covir. $ *J 88 BETTER COSTUME JEWELRY LESS THAN % PRICE Butter dish with "swing-under" cover and glass Insert. ' Footed celery dish with handles. EXAMPLES OF THE BARGAINS! LADIES WATCHES REG. SALE White Gold $ 69.50 — $ 31.95 White Gold : $ 50.00 — $ 29.95 Yellow Gold $ 49.50 — $ 27.95 White Gold Diamond Trim $ 59.50 — $ 31.95 White Gold Diamond Trim $ 69.95 — $ 34.95 Yellow Gold $ 44.95 — $ 24.95 White Gold Diamond Trim $ 85.00 — $ 41.95 Yellow Gold $ 71.50 — $ 31.95 White Gold Diamond Trim $135.00 — $ 76.50 White »GoJd ........ v . $ 39.75 -^- $. 22.95 *White^ G6jd ',.',-. .-...'... .S,49;50..^- : $-33.00 ; Yellow Gold i-S.^x '._.' '..... $ 69.50 — $ 31.95 White Gold ".' $ 49.50 — $ 27.95 White Gold $ 39.95 — $ 23.95 Yellow Gold S 49.50 — $ 33.00 White Gold Diamond Trim $ 95.00 — $ 51.95 White Gold Diamond Trim $ 59.95 — $ 30.95 White Gold Diamond Trim $250.00 — $129.95 White Gold $ 65.00 — $ 43.50 White .Gold Diamond Trim $250.00 — $102.95 ALGONA UPPER DES MOINLS ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1962 Footed bread tray i. Applied border. Chip-p Dip. Engraved $B88 tray, Separate dip bowl. ^Jr Footed Shrimp dish. Sauce •£ C BR cup and pick holders* J °° ^JM' Engraved S& ^ $588 Covered sugar, creamer S C 88 and engraved tray. *3 °° ^ "^3 1!*: Pie plate. Pyrex class bake * •• eo > 2iih Insert. $^ 88 GENT'S WATCHES REG. SALE Stainless Steel $ 39.75 — $ 21.95 Yellow Gold $ 95.00 — $ 52.50 Yellow Gold $ 71.50 — $ 46.50 Yellow Gold $ 49.95 — $ 26.95 Stainless Steel $ 49.95 — $ 30.95 Yellow Gold $ 59.50 — $ 29.95 Stainless Steel $ 39.95 — $ 24.95 Stainless Steel $ 59.50 — $ 25.95 Stainless Steel $ 75.00 — $ 38.95 White Gold $ 85.00 — $ 38.95 Stainless Steel $ 49.50 — $ 31.50 Stainless Steel $ 49.50 — $ 24.95 Yellow Gold $ 89.50 — $ 43.95 Stainless Steel $ 69.50 — $ 29.95 Yellow Gold $115.00 — $ 52.95 Stainless Steel -. $ 49.50 — $ 25.95 Yellow Gold $ 59.50 — $ 38.95 I ONLY ONCE A YEAR - A SALE LIKE THIS - BUY FOR YOURSELF, FOR YOUR HOME, FOR BIRTHDAYS, WEDDINGS, ANNIVERSARIES AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD! PRICES SLICED IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. SILVERPLATED BREAD TRAY . Gudroon Border! Engraved! Vafvtf 50 PC. Service For 8 INTERNATIONAL STAINLESS STEEL '12.95 98c Georgeou$ BEADS CHINA 32 pc, set BLUE WILLOW Service for 6 _ SALE $ 8.95 set 32 pc. set JAPANESE PINK ROSES Service for 6 __ SALE $10,95 set 57 pc, set JAPANESE SANGO CHINA Service for 8 — SALE $37.50 sel Anwfan Gmt* Society AM3QNA.IQWA Sugar and Creamer Set GLASSWARE % OFF RICH, GLEAMING SILVERPLATED Salt & Pepper Seirs A ASSORTED STYLES 4 inches tall! New Styles! p' t ( HEAVY o / ,^§^i WEIGHT! Perrec.f 'u..-JStT* 1 . Gift for any occasion TOMORROW, FEimUARY 28, has been listed by the people who keep track of such things as Bachelor's Day. My source goes on to say, "Why not ? There's one for everybody else in the family." However, it does not state whether the day was ordained to talk more guys into staying bachelors, to declare open season on bachelors, or merely a day to give a pat on the back to men who have managed to stay single. * * * A BACHELOR HAS BEEN defined as one who looks but does not leap or one who enjoys the chase but does not eat the game. It has also been said that bachelors know more about women than married men do — that's why they're bachelors. Or it could be that a bachelor is a man who never makes the same mistake once. * * * MOST WIVES ARE FOND of bachelors. An extra man is always nice to have around and occasionally they are more willing to dance than are husbands. Bachelors are always more interested in hearing about a woman's children than are other husbands. Most of the other husbands have their own children to brag about. Paradoxically, although wives are fond of bachelors, most of us are not above a little match-making to make any bachelor we know into a married man. * * * EVERY CHILD SHOULD HAVE, as a part of his inalienable rights, at least one bachelor "uncle". This does not have to be a real brother to his mother or father, but it does have to be somebody who takes an uncle's interest in the child. The youngster who has a bachelor uncle ; who has been to far away places and has done romantic things is doub- : ly lucky. It also is a big boon to have a bachelor uncle who is moderately rich and extremely generous ! * * * MANY HUSBANDS CLAIM TO BE extremely envious of their bachelor friends. Lots of this, I think, is plain pretending ! To prove tliis just take a look at a husband turned temporary bachelor. After his wife has been gone two or three weeks, the wash starts piling up, the privilege of going out nights with the boys fades, and the charm wears off from the TV frozen dinners. Most of them are overjoyed to have the little woman come home once more. However, whether they miss us for ourselves or for our housekeeping is a good question, but there must be something about married life they like because they could hire a housekeeper And cheaper than marrying one 1 * * * • DICK COWAN AND BILL NAVOICHICK were temporary bachelors recently. Jane Cowan went to the west coast to get acquainted with her first grandchild and Bill's wife went to Kenosha, Wise., to be with her mother. Dick had solved part of his cooking problem by making up a huge batch of chili. He passed this recipe on to Bill. "50 pounds ham- .burger, 2 pecks of onions, 4 gallons chili beans, 4 gallons canned tomatoes, 1 box chili powder. Boil as needed." . i " ;.;-v-, : :, - - i . ; * '•"••*••-••":• . , ..._; • THE RECENT, COLUMN ON THE mixed-up wedding of Gwen4Ege*asss and James Kildbw is flndJrig'riiany 'pedple fi wh6 cWAlgo&a Oielr titbne "» town. Clippings have been sent to local people from all over — from Germany to California. The clipping from the German paper came to the Werner Strueckers here from their son, Terry, stationed in Germany with the army. Terry gets the Upper Des Monies by mail, but it comes late. So he read it in the German paper first! * * * TOM HUTCHISON, SENIOR at Stanford Universally in California, ent a clipping of the story from the Palo Alto Times. Tom was just out f 21 days of isolation because of the Whooping Cough ! John Gilbert, vith the air force, saw the item in the Sacramento, Calif, paper and sked his mother, Mrs. Raymond Gilbert to phone me. * * * BETH ANNIS PHONED to say that a quote from this column about icr mother had been in the Miles City, Montana, paper. In the same issue was the Egel-Kildow wedding story ! Mrs. Clarence Fraser received a clipping from a Plainfield, New Jersey, paper from her daughter, Irene, Mrs. Kenneth Wright. * * * MR. AND MRS. GEORGE WOLFE were enroute home from a Florida vacation. A copy of the Albany, Georgia, Herald was brought to them at a Mainbridge, Georgia, motel and the story was in that. Mrs. Charles Patterson received a copy from her daughter, Mrs. Tom Bales, from the Atlanta, Georgia, Daily Constitution. Mrs. Mike Loss phoned to say that the Ralph Losses at Bremerton, Wash, sent the clipping from the Seattle Times. * * * THE MINISTER IN THE STORY, Rev. Myron Brower said he was talking to a pastor friend at Waukegan, 111., who kidded him about the wedding after seeing the story in the paper there. Several people mentioned hearing the story on radio and TV. I missed all of them. The airwaves may serve a purpose in bringing the news, but they aren't worth a darn for saving clippings. MR. AND MRS. BRAIL WRIGHT got their clipping in a round-about way. Their daughter, Mimi, Mrs. Ted Stang in Arizona, received it from her mother-in-law in Moline, 111. and Mimi sent it on to the home folks. THE PARENTS OF THE BRIDE, Vivian and Ernie Egel, are receiving clippings from all over — mostly from perfect strangers. They came from Daytona Beach, Miami and Orlando Beach, Florida, Owatha, Mich., Muscatine and Glendale, Calif. A bride wrote from Greeley, Colo, that her own wedding had been even more hectic, if not so well publicized. The Egels also received an offer from a clipping service to send them a headline store for $2.50 ! WELL, THE BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM are now living "happily ever after" at Kansas City, Mo. At last report, they feel they have had enough excitement to last them for a while — at least until their golden wedding ! AT OUR HOUSE, WE ARE attempting to recover from the flu. I have my first cold in several years, and being sick so seldom, it makes me absolutely furious when I don't feel well. Cooking, because of this, is on the skimpy side but here is a recipe for Rosy Apple Crumble Pie I mean to try when I feel up to it. Pastry made from 1 cup flour recipe Vi cup ketchup 2 tsp. lemon juice 5 cups pared, thinly sliced cooking apples % cup flour % cup sugar Vz teasp. ground cinnamon 1/3 cup softened butter Heat oven to 450 degrees. Line 9 inch pie plate with pastry. Blend ketchup and lemon juice; combine with apples. Pour into pie shell. Combine flour, sugar and cinnamon; cut in butter until well blended; sprinkle over apples. Bake 10 minutes; lower temperature to 350 degrees; continue baking 30 minutes. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream. Makes one 9 inch pie. — GRACE.

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