The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1962 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1962
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CO AS T-TO-COASI STORES "3±3 COAsf-TO-COAST STORES "2Z3" COAST-TO-COAST STORES STARTS TOMORROW SPRING- SPRING SALE CATALOG Ju»f oik lot yaur FREE Spring ea»« a\6g In tut itofel • SAFE FLEX TUBES AND trues fev Ktgvtarly $44.9$ Slim line tank design, 4-bar cantilever from*/ chrom* headlight, let wing rear carrier, whltewall tires, 2-tone saddle. Bo/s In flamboyant red, girl's In flamboyant blue. MEN'S AND LADIES'26 INCH BOY'S AND GIRL'S 24 INCH Modern Exterior LANTERN Mot/*/ DELUXE BICYCLE , ,72 Quorf GALVANIZED PAIL Galvanized pall with plain sides. Wire ball handle. : 14 Tooth GARDEN RAKE Reg Reg $1.79 Steel rake has 14 tines, 4ft foot handle. Safe Flex .Coast King , BIKE TIRES Safe Flex- BIKE TUBES Homo* Full Slit WALL CABINET kitchen. cabinet s within .easy ng white enamel cabinet .Beautifully designed kitchen c keen* essential items within reach! Creaming white enamel c holds more and cleans easily Deluxe CHAMOIS Compare at $2.00 Textured skin tanned to stand hard use. Soft, pliable-needs no break* Ing-lnl Waterproof copper or • black lantern. Clear f ribbed gla«s globe, j Modem design. " General Electric • DORM ELECTRIC ALARM CLOCK Plus 10% Federal Tax Easy to read numerals with shatter-proof crystal. Dependable alarm. Attractive case. SEAT COVER SALE THUNDERBIRD SEAT COVERS Leather-tone fabric, trimmed with silver mylar beading. Front or rear. r ' DENIM PLAID SEAT COVERS Washable denim far full protection, more eomplote coverage. For solid or split front, rear. OWNER 22 East State CY 4-4432 COAST-TO-COAST STORES. COAST-TO-COAST STORES^ Read The Want Ads - It Pays! , ". Towels (guest ami bath) M -'." , .---.,-. ;.•'•• • •' Blankets ' C«rof9rtl>| aad Quilts ,' ' •' '- StiiNu Call CY 4-3265 F«r Free Pickup & Delivery East pf Courthouse Square Wed At Whittemore Mr. and Mfsr. Pete NelHs ffofli Spirit Lake were Sunday visitats lere with the letter's mother, Mrs. lose Stattelman, who is cohvales- cing here after recent illness, kirs. Mary Carroll from Emmets- )urg is caring for Mrs. Stattelman n her home. ; David Schneider, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider, ill a medical patient in St. Ann hos- sital in Algona. David is a 7th jrade student in St. Joseph's school. Mr. and Mrs. Art Illg and Mrs. Maggie Thilges were Monday evening visitors with relatives at Bancroft. John Thul, John B. Reding, Richard Thul and Bob Berte attended a cattle sale at Kimball, S. D, Wednesday. Math Zeimet has returned home from Wasecola, Texas, where he had spent several months winter vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kunkel are parents of their first child, born March 23 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. fuwday, March 27, 19A2 Alflflha (ta.) Upp*f PM Met«(t«*9 Alice Reding, daughter of MrS Mary Reding and the late John Reding of Whittemore, and Ivan Mader, son of \Mr and Mrs Ernest Mader, Churdan, were married in 'St. Michael's Catholic church at Whittemore March 13. Rev. Francis Conway ^officiated at the double y and' reception were held at the KG Hall east of Algona The new bride is a graduate of Presentation Academy, Whittemore, attended Briar Cliff College, Sioujf City, taught school at Laurens, Stuart and Iowa Falls and had been employed at Fort Dodge. Mr. Mader graduated from Churdan high school. The couple will make their home on a farm near Churdan. (Nels Isaacson Photo - UDM Engraving) • Riverdale 4-H Met March 17 Riverdale Rustlers Unit I, 4-H club met Saturday, Mar. 17. Each girl gave her favorite painter and one of his pictures. A talk was given by Lenora Hilbert on picture study and also a demonstration on portfolios. Demonstrations were given by Connie Bormann, Bernadette Hilbert and Kristine Plathe. Lunch was served by Florence McGuire and her mother. Reporter is Corinne Bormann. Large Crowd At Father-Son Fete At St. Joe St. Joe — The Knight's of Columbus llth annual Father-Son Banquet was held Mar. 20 at 6:30 in St. Joseph's school with 181 members and guests attending. Ed Breen, Fort Dodge, was guest speaker. He spoke and showed slides,on his trip to Russia. Invocation was given by Rev Leo Schumacher, with Joe Sinn well, toastmaster. Grand Knigh Raymond Kohlhaas gave .the wel come. Response was given by Kenneth Thilges. Rev. Leo Schu macher also gave greetings to th nights and their guests. Rev. P. :. Strum from Livermore, A. J. atten from Bancroft, Roger Kep- >ers and George Wright from Sagie Grove were special guests. Dinner music was furnished by haron Reding and Phil Bormann. The banquet was prepared and erved by a special C.D.A. com- littee with Mrs. Nick Bormann, Mrs. Frank Hilbert, Mary Jane Origer and Mrs. Eugene Zeimet, Seminars Slated Seminars, dealing with Christianity vs. communism, are slated to be held, beginning Mar. 26, at Buena Vista College by the North Iowa Conference of the Methodist church, according to Rev. Evan Routh of the Good Hope Methodist church. The one nearest to Algona and surrounding vicinity will be held at Mason City Mar. 27, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the First Christian church. Fine 100% Wool Coats Laminated Favorites! .NoOneWouU Ever Goes* The Price Is Only 1995 MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, all sizes, colors — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Look your best for less! Our fashion coats have a wonderfully modest price ... newest smart | styling. Choose from all wools in tweeds, nubs, plaids or hopsackings or laminated fabrics of crepe, silk, jersey, or cotton checks bonded to foam. Fully lined. Sizes 5rl5,8-18 and 14/ r 24/j. — ; Algona Launderers & Dry Cleaners new Spring BONNETS New arrivals on the fashion scene for Spring '62. Nature makes way for these colorful inspirations. See this perky pillbox in black straw and all the other beauties in our collection to make your head ,the focal point of interest. Priced from To »l CAN'T LEAV6 WITHOUT MY paradise perfect for travel onywhere and everywhere,.. at home, abroad, or lust your everyday milet. 14.95 THE STORE WITH SHOES - SMART SHOPPERS CHOOSE

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