The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1954 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 26, 1954
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(fa.) Uppftf 6e« Mdfnw Tuesday, Ottbbw 26, 19S4 !&6fae*t HafA^fil and ion -Fortst Cittf Where ttohllfr' rtcehtly moVed and ~ ' at MF 4M .Mrs ;- - . • id'Mis W. C. Tafrlorlhad weekend guests : Mr ' and G.< Curtis-' of Webster" City. '' s, Bern • , , , . , Jitl'^'toti • Ha*ry _., ief ieside'tits here now living at .Jewell spent a .week 6< Spirit Lafe !ffecemtly. Etfroute' hom'e thej^ Jtbppe'd' to visit Mrs Phillips? ' fflbtMer Mrs Carrie Haase and' olliels relative's. Mrt( Osla THbmpson has re turned irom -a three week's visit ih Los -Angeles With her sisters Mrs Hildh OSsOn and the MisSes Nelle - and Cora ; Larson. She was accompanied by other sisters Mrs Randa Thompson, Mrs M. O. Thompson and Mrs Severt-Nervlg of Eagle Grove. , • Mrs Bettha Watd, forme* resident now living at Humboldt spent'Thursday here With friends. f h« R«V and Mts Mwty Whyie are being visited by their son and daughter-in-law Mr ana Mrs L. Whyte of Fort Belovir, Va. Mrs Helen Passmore and son David sind Mrs Adrian Sterling drove to Webster City last week Sunday to - Visit, Mrs Sterling's sister, Olive Bateman. 'Dennis Orion, s«n of Mr and Mrs Clark Orton has been hospitalized at femmetsburg :with bronchial pneumonia. He is enrolled at the junioi! college there. When able, he will be brought home from convalesence. His mother has spent a considerable amount of time with him. Mi and Mrs Glen Raney returned Thursday from Iowa Fall* where they had spent a few days With their daughter and grand- ion Mrs Robert'-Holzhanirner and David. The Rev. Holzhammer had gone to Colorado Springs to attend a synodical meeting. Mr and Mrs Glenn Shore were also in attendance. Mr and Mrs Evereff Birr and family spent the weekend at the Sioux City with the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Qleh Sargearit and also attended the Morningside College Homefeoming . Mf frtid fefts fid FWihiert were visited last weekend by the former's parents Mr and Mrs P. J. Fuchsen of Whittemore. Mr Fuchsen returned home Monda/ but his wife remained till Wednesday. Li. Col. D. M. Conley and his Wife and family have now been located at Fairbanks, Alas. They had previously been .at San Fancisco, Calif., and during the per' iod between changes, had been guests of Mrs Conley's mother Mrs Edna Harr and relatives in the vicinity. Mr x and Mrs Herman Hauberg had as callers Friday Mr and Mrs P. A. Krause of Arcadia, Calif. Mr Krause will be rememberen as a co-owner of the Quinby artd Krause Store now occuped by the S. & L. company. For a number of years the family lived at Pomona, Calif., and Mr Krause was owner and manager of the Orange Belt emporium. - Mr and Mrs Stanley announced the engagernlftk -<Jt. their daughter.cRita, to White, sdh^f Mr' anr White of Btslmdhd, N6 date has btien &$\ \ I ~ ; , *, * v Mt and Mrs Alb*ti Adfms recently returned frofti .Walker, Minn., and a visit witfl & brother* iti-law and sister of Mrs Adams,. Mr \ and Mrs Gene ., JDye, and friends. They haefbe'en' at Fai-go, • N. .p., on business. I BUI Huiehinson and Jacqueline VanderWaal, students at Iowa State Teachers 'college,. Cedar ;Falls, spent the weekend t here . iWith their respective parents Mr ; and Mrs D. S. Hutchinsdn dftd ;Mr and; Mrs M. L. VanderWaal. ': Mrs Ralph Brown* Mr and Mrs Vaughah Brown, and Atha Hardgrove have returned •from a trip to Bowling Green, Ky., where they " visited Don Brown, son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Brown. At Sommerset, Ky., they, visited relatives of Mrs Bro\vn and from there they drove to Camp Le Juiene, N. C., to" see the daughter Harriette, & corporal in the Women's Marine ^ corps. They returned via Washington, D. C. DEFINITELY- ll's $*l I or Saving? on Family footwear Women's 'BROWN 'N WHITE SADDLES 1 Brown and white saddle!/ , ' top grain' Elk uppers. ' •' ; While rubber sole.'; flex- i Ible construction. Value . to 5.95. Women's sizes to - ; ). AA to "C. ' [77 .Carolynne Dress Shoes Shell pumps, D'orsays, Baby Dolls. High, medium or low heels. Black and colors. Compare at 6.95. Sizes to 9, AA to B 5,95 Tiffany Originals. Beautiful shoes that look like dollars more. Colors include Avocado. Briarwood, Charcoal, Benedictine and Red. Women's sizes to 9, AA to B 7.95 Chianli Dress Shoes. Custom made new styles with that 12.95 look. High and French heels. Women's sizes to 9, AA to B —7.95 Air Lane Arch Shoes. Built-in arch supports — the answer to foot comtort for the modern woman. A variety of styles, sizes to !). AA to KEE. Compare at 8.1)5 7.95 Leather Loafers. Rich antiqued, brown top gram Elk leather. Women's ai/.es to !), AA B and C widths. Compare at 4.05 -..3.33 Life Stride Casual. Nationally advertised! Pumps, slingb, and sandals in black, brown, wine, natural and red. Sizes to ( J. AA to B 7.95 Deluxe Quality Saddles. Choice, top-grain leather — all edges Julded, white rubber soles, brown or black with white. Women's SIZL-S to 1», AA to C. Compare at 6.05 _.5.95 Shearling Lined Yukon. "Up-or-down" cult, light weight crr-pe boles, m black, red. natural or gley Elk. L'omuaic at 12.95 3.95 Women's Elk Leather Loafer SCHOOL FAVORITE SIZES 4 to 9 The peifeet school shoe! All [Ik Udll)ei uppcis with long rearing Wdlei - le&i^Unt sclev Nun - ^lip hgeU. Ricb antiQued btonn. Hiuiy lo/ >ouis jt this low pnul INSIDE WEDGE • Elk Leather Ballets A A Tj Butttr toll ttitktf. tin iltini tor p«f. tect III. Black v , «ut>, Hilt 4 M t. : I L : H;. Lined Leather Sno-Boots Wear 'Em Without Shoes COMPARE 7.95 88 Thick fluffy tip-or-down cuffs thai button snujjly around the Inkle. Bouncy creep soles, with Firm heel counters. Ok tinned leather, black vpth grey flufly cult — sues 4 to 9. Boys 1 , Girls' School Shoes SPECIAL VALUES AT ONLY 66 Beys' leather ojloid!, designed for active, 'powinj (eel. leather uppers with heavy duty soles. Sijes 10 to 3. Girls' red. leather straps Uimmeil with white. Composition. soles. Sizes SVi to 3. White Bucks. The rage on campus! 5 & L has 'em! Red rubber soles, genuine welts. Sizes to 9, AA to B. Compare at 5.95 4.85 Saddle Shoei. Fine quality, top-grain leather, black with white. Perforated detailing., Sizes to 9, AA to C. Compare at 5.95 4.35 Crepe Sole Oxford. Leather oxlord with bouncy crepe soles, plaid laces — at a tiny price. Brown smooth leather, sizes to 9. Compare at 4.95 — *~3.99 Teen'i Dressy Flats. Genuine kid or suede leathers! Ballet style shell pump or strap patterns. Black and colors. Sizes^ to 9. to B 3-99 Now Fall Playshoes. Styles galore! Leather, suede finish, simulated lizard! Straps and slings! Black, brown and colors! Women's sizes to U. Compare at 3.99 2.93 Black Patent Sandal. Shiny black patent for Sunday best. One- dtrap style with bow and white underlay. Composition sole. 8'i to 12 3.79 Also 12's to 3 at 3.98 "Scotlie" Saddle Shoe. Favonte lor school and play. White with brown or black saddle, perforated detail, white rubber sole. B' . 1o 12 3.79 Also la'.a to 3 at 3.«8 "Scotile" Red Sandal. Two-strap sandal in red smooth leather with composition sole. Black, piping and perforated detail with tiny "kiltie" front. Sizes 8 1 . to 12, 12'j to 3 --3.00 Boys' Moc Toe HI- Shoe. Youth's and little gent's brown leather Hi-Shoe with criss-cross pattern embossed on vamp. Long-wearing composition soles. 8\i to 12. also 12 ',4 to 3 3.79' Leather Oxiord. "Scottie" smooth leather oxford with, plaid laces, colored stitched detail, composition sole. Sizes 8'.4 to 12 and 12'/ 2 to 3 3.00 "Scoltie" Moc Oxford. Sturdy, smooth brown leather. White stitching adds a bright note. Long-wearing composition sole. 8>3 to 12. B and D widths -—3.79 Also 12'.i to 3 at 3.9B Boys' Moccasin Oxford. Saddle tan smooth leather oxford with contrasting stitching and cm- bossed detailing. Composition sole for long wear. Sizes 2'. 2 to 8 4.38 Engineer Boot. Black retan leather, water- repellent uppers. Built with sturdy, shape retaining Goodyear welt construction. Riveted steel shank for strong support. Double leather outsole, leather woodsman heel. Sizes 6' 2 to 12 ---12.95 6-In. Work Shoe. Tough "Elk" tanned leather with waterproof vul-cork soles. Goodyear welt construction. "Cush-'n- heel" for walking ease. Sizes to 12 6.95 8-In. Hi-Cut Shoe. Acid resistant double- tanned cowhide uppers, vul-cork waterproof soles. Goodyear welt construction. 8 Cusn-'n-heel" for comfort. Sizes o'i to 11 8.95 our Entire Stock for ALGONA'S GREATEST APPLIANCE SALt * • '••,•' .-''••• - . •^••••••i.B - ' , . - -• GIGANTIC STORE WIDE STOCK 1 A PP LIA N C E A N D HOUSE WAR E S i^^si^fiSffiu^t&Bf^&iffutfvstissBnntBfffB^fi^sBunsBSB^nsitfHiSi FRIDAY! ^•^^•, t v t : Youth's Sturdy Combat Boots Made ol sluidy, long weanng, jel Mil and lleoble heavy bio*n lubber' ides lid I pear f»lia long. Seamless nan up back. Suti 10 to 3. THE SLUGGER OXFORD OR HI-SHOE BUIiJ FOR (ONG WfAH Selected leather uppeis in brown or burgund/. Long-wearing composition soles. Hi-Shoe hai seamless, non rip back. Sizes 10 to 1 We present the biggest event in pur history . . . a store-wide rparkdown with every .item in the stor? on sale ... a sale bringing to the people of Algona and vicinity a rare and golden opportunity to buy and own America'sjinest nationally-advertised brands of appliances qMavings ofup to 50% and even mofeHVgtch for mo7e~Tiews . . . and you'll want to~make preparations now to attend thifjreat, great sale beginning next Friday morning at 9:30 A. M. NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO. ALGONA, IOWA Sale Starts Friday Morning 9:30 Sharp Smashing Reductions Await You

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