The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1957 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 28, 1957
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l-Alfona Thirrtdey, DM Meln* , 1957 Marlon Miy§r, Wesley, Engaged Mr and Mrs Ubbe Meyer o! Wesley announce the engagement of their daughter, Marian, to Myrle Woltz Jr., sos of Mr and Mrs Myrle Woltz St. of Stewartville, Minn. The bride-to-be is pictured above. (UDM engraving). St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Arndorfer Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer motored to Storm Lake Monday, March 25 fpr the 10:00 o'clock wedding of their nephew Leroy Pickens, son of Mr arjd Mrs Leroy Pickens to Marcia McKenna also of Storm. Lake. The bride Will be graduated from the school of'nursing in June and Leroy, is scheduled to go tg Hawaii for three years in military service. Mr arid Mrs CJetus Kjelik, the latter the former Nadine Gand- genett, became. 1 parents Mar. 19 of their second'.'boy who will be named Joseph Bernard. Joseph weighed 9 Ibs. 1& oz. and he has a brother, John, who was a year old'Mar, >9.' The maternal grand-. mother, Mrs Tony Grandgenett, will , spend this week in her daughter's home caring for the duties.' .• i • • ' The St. Benedict C. D. of A. Court held. a pot luck supper Thursday evening, Mar. 21. Mrs Lawrence pink 'received door prize, high in 500 went to Irene Will, low to Helen Arndorfer, birthday,/prize to Agnes Rosenmeyer. Mr and Mrs Bernard Capesius drove to Ackley, Mar. 23. Helen Hanig returned with them and went home Tuesday, Mar. 26. The B}11 Reding home was the gathering -place for relatives and a few close friends of the honored guests, Alvina and Elsie Carman, twin daughters of Jake Garman tor a social afternoon, the occasion being the 25th anniversary of their being beauticians. Plate prize went to Leona Reding, door prize to Mrs Clari ence Siemer and for the best dressed lady prize, to Helen Hanig. Elsie and Alvina are from Minneapolis. (Seventy two women left by bus Mar, 18 for Des Moines to make a Farm Bureau Tour. Stella Arndorfer was among the women, She reports the trip vejy wprth- while and-a day much, enjoyed. Portland Twp. 8>f Mr». Victor Fifsh Mrs Charles Phelps celebrated her 82 nd birthday Saturday* Mart 23rd, Her son Willis and family call*^ he? Ion? distance, from Haxton, Colorado. Each /talked s to her and all sang 'Happy Birth Mr« Tom Trenary Trenary, Mr .ana Mrs ejekeri Mr Harold pejekeri Mr and Mrs BUI Trsasry and Doyle, Mr and Mrs Jesse Djigan, Mr and Mrs Donald Dwgan ol I^one Bock and Mr and Mr* Jim Kelt? ar*4 Cathslene of Fort Dodge were Sunday diQAftr g\»ests at the Ralph Dugan home «t Isthervllle in honor of> Barbara Duaaa and Mi's Jea^e Dunan's birthdly. Mr aftd Mrs Torn Trenary spent Wfdne#4ay evening at the W. J, Stewart home. Mr ami Mil Art Kendall and fltf AMrt JUea were «U3s at the hojne, y chartered bus Moines Tuesday, on a 1 * Ji?hn Oari^on and t^r vipited home S»t- Ames, spent at ^ of Welcome. Minn. tb» Carl Harms and Jesse t'f : ' No, ihis is *pt an April Fool's joke as you might these ridiculously low prices... Friday and|aturday, the last two days in March, you!ll find these, and many more unbelievable Bargains atS&L! Make the most of your opportunity/BE-EARLY TOMORROW Morning! • • • . . . -.. i -.">.,->; »' , RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES r\ Cotton Print SPECIAL PURCHASE Here's a terrific buy ot a tiny price! Gay print pretties fabulously full and free as a breeze in crisp polished cotton. Floral or geometric prints on light backgrounds in a wide assortment of colors. Sizes 10 to 18. Perky New COMPARE AT MUCH HIGHER PRICES ,!• Cutest trick of the season . . . crisp disciplined cotton sissy dresses fashioned for flattery;':just one of the many new spring stylesj ijrt S A L. Fresh new colors, Irons easily 1 ,, \Vrinkle-re$istant. Sizes 9 to 15. ,^.*:«;^>^ lll*^---"'-*- - -•' Boy's Long-Sleeve WASHABLE SPORT SHIRTS WEEKEND SPECIAL Colorful l»»«y >rinl l)|o«4(lolb fwwpleHriy wwb«bl« and wnfwiied, Assertmenl «f fittton. Siiw I to 18. ON SALE TOMORROW I Boys' Herringbone Twill CorgoPont* • 907 Fw fewd work (NT w«h iwe l«Ji« beilow* "c Warn • to* tit pl«y. H«»l»gbx»t iwUl < FORRAiNC^ ' .•>!' v'' - :4 1 . Wdter- _ >•] Treated ; Coats SHINE :v%l Qo »ll'we»«h*r wUb matcfej iirttJ wear fta «T showerjl w ^W™i ' ™< III MM) m in l»t» you ftSWSll SPECIAL PURCHASE GIRLS 1 SPRING SHORTIE COATS MONEY SAVERS AT ONI Y 8*95 §« {NF«Uy sod FUwd back, Ub trims end pom pom ties. White, *n4 MM jtRil wblUi ThMlfc 8Ut> T to 14. DOOR BUSTERS FOR THE HOME 57 DishCloth 06c 200 Dish Towels, hemmed _— 22c J7, T9bLf.CJpth-IReg. 2.98 ___ 1.44 9 Coppertone Auto. Skillet ./6.$8 5 Tape, Measure _ r 05c 5 Boxed Stationary lOc INFANTS WEAR 8 Infants Undershirts lOc 5 Infants Nylon Romper 25c 6 Infants I Shirts 25c 9 Infants Plastic Pants 25c 4 Infants Cardigan , 77c 6 Infants Slips, 2-4 1'Oc GIRLS WEAR 8 Girls Dresses 10-12 $1 8 Girls Raincoats, 7 to 14 ___ $2 4 Girls Suits, 7-10-14 $4 7 Girls Ranch Pant, 8 to 12 — $2 BOYS WEAR 44 Boys Stretch Sox lOc 19 Boys T Shirts 25c 9 Boys Knit Shirts 50c 21 Boys Uniform Shirts 1.09 LADIES FASHIONS 27 Ladies Dresses, Val. to 5.95 $1 29 Ladies Handbags — 50c 112 Pc$, Costume Jewelry 25c 10 Blouses _^ $1 9 Skirts „_•_ $1 LADIES LINGERIE 70 Pr. Ladies Nylon Hose _,„_ 44c 35 Praarfiel Anklets . lOc 43 Pr. Ladies Nylon Brief 37c 7 Blqek Nylon Slips ,_ 1.44 SHQiS •^fumiiiimfmmm 14 |r, Childrens Shoes 44 Pr. Mens Press Shoes — 41 Pr. Womens Sport Shoes _ 55 PP. VVonaens Dress Shoes .--- $1 _ $2 4.99 IVIIN8 WEAR 115 n4ns lleikties - ________ 39s 14 Mens Terry Cloth Shirts — $1 3 Mens Sport Coats, 38*40 -— $5 60 Mens White T Shirts ______ 5Qc 84 Pr. Mensitretfih Sox _____ 37c I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i i Many lt«ms Net Advertised

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