The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1962 · Page 12
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«~Afgona (la.) Upper be* Motned Around Algona &• £• C. Shlcrk attended a Civil Defense meeting in Des Mbines Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Bill Sanguln of Cherokee spent the weekend here at the parental John fhuentes. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thill arc parents of a 7 pound, 14 ounce daughter born Apr. 4 at St. Ann hospital. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Erdman are parents of a 6 pound, 3 ounce daughter born Apr. 4 at St. Ann hospital. —o— Jeff Robert, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Buscher, was baptized Sunday, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Mark Seeley, student at St. Thomas College at St. Paul, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Paul Seeley here. Charlene LaBarre, student at St. Teresa's College, Winona, Minnesota, spent the weekend at th parental Don Ferris home here. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pannkuk ha as their guests recently their so and family, Mr, and Mrs. Arl Pannkuk and two children of Min neapolis. - w — . Couples Club of the Methodis church met Sunday evening. Rev and Mrs. Newton Coughenour showed films of their recent vacation in the southern states. Joyce Huenhold, student nurse at St. Luke's Presbyterian hospital in Chicago, was home for spring vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Huenhold. ' Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church will have a pot luck supper meeting at 6:30 Sunday at the church. The program will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Alberts and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martin. Paul Gugeler will be lesson leader at the high school youth lenten service and breakfast this week at the Methodist churcli Hostesses are Mrs. Glen Chally Mrs. Max Bartholomew and Mrs Louis Kelley. St. Cecelia's C.D.A. will have a seven o'clock dinner meeting Thursday at the Academy hall Amelda Hienen and Irene Nitchals are chairladies and Margaret Hall and Doris McEvoy are in charge of the program. Methodist Men's Club will have a dinner meeting this evening, (Tuesday) at the church. There will be election of officers and plans will be made for the Mother- Daughter banquet, which the men will serve. — o— Mrs. Wendell Feaster was dismissed Sunday from Park hospital at Mason City where she had major surgery Mar. 30. Her mother, Mrs. Ole Knudson of Bradgate, is remaining here with her for a time. Mrs. Victor Parsons, Mrs. Burton Harmes, Mrs. Ted Chrischilles Mrs. Frank Moulton and Mrs Robert Williams will be hostesses at a dinner Tuesday and a noon brunch and an evening dessert bridge Wednesday at the Algona Country Club. Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church, meets this evening (Tues- Sfyj at , lhe ''"me of Mrs. Lamont Wellendorf. Co-hostesses are Mrs Arthur Hix and Mrs. James Walker. Mrs. Keith Christie will give the program and Mrs. Ernest l, devotions. Mrs. Don Ferris spent the weekend at Ames with her daughter Sue LaBarre, who was recently' elected president of the Child Development Association at Iowa State University. She was accompanied by Mrs. Luella Baker, who visited her son. Dr. Durvvood Baker and family. Bel Canto music club will meet Apr. 11 at the home of Mrs. Fred Geigel. Mrs. Louis Kelley is assisting hostess. The program, on a current Broadway musical, will be given by Mrs. Keith Christie, Mrs. Howard Wohlers, Mrs. R M Thoreson and Mrs. Vernon Jensen Chorus practice will follow. — o — John Schutter, Jr. was presented with the God and Country award of the Boy Scouts at the Methodist church Sunday. The award requires working under the direction of the pastor for one year in the fields of Christian faith, - witness, world outreach, citizenship, fellowship and service projects. Boy Scouts, Explorer Scouts and Cub Scouts of the church attended in uniform and John's parents, Dr .and Mrs. John Schutter, also received a special pin of recognition. ™ CARBON PAPERS, office •URpIy (*ej?*» U Mwnes Pue. Co., ACT! PRICES BROUGHT DOWH FOR A QUICK, DRASTIC "RAPID-FIRE" LET-GO!! ALGONA IOWA WALL TO WALL "LET 60" of Staggering Proportions ITEMS IN THE STORE REDUCED 20 TO 60%. GET YOUR SHARE OF THE BARGAINS! OUR DOOR CLOSES FOR GOOD! SAVE AS YOU HAVE NEVER SAVED BEFORE! BEAT THE FINAL BELL! NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE THAT WE WERE UNABLE TO CANCEL IS COMING IN DAILY. EVERY PIECE OF IT WILL BE PUT ON SALE AT NEAR OUR COST AND BELOW. NEVER AGAIN WILL YOU BE ABLE TO GET EASTER MERCHANDISE AT SUCH LOW, LOW PRICES. MANY MANY ITEMS WAY BELOW OUR COST STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY, APRIL llth IN PREPARATION Sale Starts Thursday, April 12 -10 A.M. LADIES KNIT SACONY DRESSES Original prices $12.95 to $17.95 NOW 2.88 Stripes and Fancies. Good size range. •MB LADIES FINE HOSIERY Reg. SI.19 and $1.35 2 PAIR 1.00 The famous LA FRANCE Good shades and size assortment DOOR BUSTER On Sale Thurs. 10 A.M. Reg. $1.49 to $2.50 TOWELS 2 for 97 C Size 23 x 46, and larger, extra heavy bath size. Plain colors. Finger Tip Towels. 3 for 48c DOOR SMASHER Values to $9.95 Ladies' Bulky SWEATERS 2.88 also heavy Ban Lons, new Slip-overs & Cardigans. DOOR JAMMER $3.98, $5.98 GIRLS DRESSES Large assortment, sizes Toddler thru 7 to 14. $ ^fcQQ * •• QO K3O * n $ HfeJO mp= lu iy=^ Balance 1/3 to 1/2 off RUS FOR THIS Beginners & Sub Teen BRAS By PETER PAN Sizes SO A thru 36 A Nationally advertised at $1.00 44 3 for 99c HHHHBHBi Famous CINDERELLA and NANNETTE DRESSES A Galaxy of new Spring styles and colors They come in sizes from toddlers 1 to 3, 3 to 6x and 7 to 14 20 to 5Q % OFF ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BWHMHBBBBBBBBH^HHHHHBi Items From Our CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT Chatham Baby Blankets. Reg. $2.98 NOW $1.19 Crib High Chair & Bumper Pads 25% Off All Novelty Shower & Gift Items 25% Off Baby Soft Shoes, size 0 to 30 25% Off Large selection Kleinert Baby Pants 25% Off All Baby Bibs 1/3 off On Sale Thurs. 10 A.M. Nationally Advertised BATHING SUITS */» OFF Beautiful styles all just received. On Sole Thurs. 10 A.M. WASH CLOTHS Reg. 19c 6 For 25 C Large size screen print towels. Reg. $1.79 — 67c On Sale Thurs. 10 A.M If perfect values $9.95 LADIES DRESS—MISSES DRESSES 100's to choose from. Just in time for EASTER. New colors, new fabrics and new styles. All sizes from Juniors thru all size Ladies. Regular Values S8.95 to $17.95 all reduced. 25 To 33 1 / 3 OFF GIRLS RAYON PANTIES Reg. 29c NOW 2 for 19c Diaper Bags 25% Off Girls Pastel Anklets Sizes 5 to 7',2 — Reg. ;m c NOW !/2 PRICE GIRLS SUB-TEEN DRESSES 1/3 Off Campus White Anklets 25% Off Boy's Anklets 25% Off Lovely asst. plain colors, wide satin borders. Sizes 72 x 84 — 72 x 90 BOYS & GIRLS RAIN COATS '/2 Price Girls Spring Jackets 1/3 Off SHAMPOO Reg. $2.00 2 for $1.00 BOY'S BLUE JEANS In assortment, are many fine Billy the Kid trousers of extra heavy woven fabrics.. Sizes to 12 years. Reg. 51.79 to $2.49 CHOICE 88° LADIES BRASSIERES by Maiden Form, Buflcx, Perma Lift and Exquisite Form and Playtcx. . $2.00 Numbers ___________________ $1.59 $2.50 Numbers __________________ $1.88 $3.00 Numbers __________________ $2.33 $3.95 Numbers ________________ __ $2.88 '^•^•H LADIES & MISSES COORDINATE SETS Lovely Blouse and Jamaica Shorts. Reg. $5.98 and $7.95 NOW 3.49 LADIES COATS 75 New Spring styles and fabrics. Fine woolens In High Shades. Plains, Plaids, or mixtures. Lots of the new apparrel foams. 20 to 33% OFF ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"W^PUPBPUBBBI LADIES SPORTSWEAR line New Summer Skirt*. Reg. priced to $5.99 All 25% OFF up to 30 •^^^^^^^^^^^^VIMP^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^—^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^MM^KMMMHIMMBMaiMMHHA^K

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