The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1955 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Thursday, August 11, 1955
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August 11,1955 August 11,1955 CANT WAIT, IT'S DOUARDAY! Friday & Saturday In Algona ! Indian Day At Titonka Saturday Crowds will begin swarming into Titonka tomorrow night. ,'Friday), Aug. 12, for the big annual Indian Day celebration. The rides, concessions and shows will be set up and ready to go, with a full day of entertainment on tap Saturday, beginning with a big street parade. About 50 floats and five bands will parade at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, signalling the official opening of festivities. The floats have been entered by businesses, clubs and organizations in the area. Big free act presentations are et for 1:30 p.m. and 8 in the evening, and a top-flight baseball game, featuring the Bancroft and Garner Legion teams, is scheduled for 2:30, i At night, dancing will take over, following the free acts Saturday night. .It will be held in Harold's Roller Rink, with plenty of good music on tap. It was announced by the committee that all stores will be open Friday night and Saturday until 10 a.m. Market Day Sale, Ottosen, August 12 Otlosen *— "the success of the spring Market Day Sale has prompted managers Kermit Fowler and Merle Holt to hold a midsummer duplicate of the spring sale, Friday, August 12. The sale, which will begin at noon, will feature items of all kinds. Group II of the Lutheran Ladies Aid wilj serve lunch during the day in the Commercial Club Building. Sexton Man Moves Ladder At Wrong Time Sexton — Wilford Ward met With an accident while painting at the elevator. He will probably never again move a lad- der'with a can of paint setting on top. What's your guess on how much turpentine it took to remove the paint from Wilford. Annual Flight Breakfast Has 1200 Guests The annual flight breakfast, sponsored this year by the Kossuth Flying Club and Albright'.* Aero Service, attracted 1200 visitors at the- Algona Airport Sunday morning. A tola of 160 planes from scattered points in the area arrived during the morning. A plane from Red Oak came the greatest distance for the fete. ' Arl Hill of Fort Dodge treated many of the persons to their first glimpse of a parachute jump at 9 a.m., and it went off without a hitch. Hill landed in a nice, comfortable bean field near the airfield and was retreived unharmed. Many persons took advantage of the perfect weather and took rides over the city, while many others • just watched proceedings after downing their breakfast. A whole truck load of prizes, donated by Kossuth businessmen, was given away during the day. Airport Scene This is the wav things looked during the annual flight breakfast at the Algnrui airport Sunday morning.A large was present to the numerous activities, with I (SO planes on the field. Week-end Shopping Tips From YOUR FRIENDLY STORE DRUGS I JEWELRY " L L S 1L DOLLAR DAYS BARGAINS! FEEN ± MINT Big Assortment of RINGS Colgate Toothpaste REGULAR 47c SIZE 3 for 1. Reg. $ 2 Cologne Palm Beach "Summertime" Muguet .OO REG. 32c BOX OF 400 FACIAL TISSUES Bxs. REGULAR 19c ICE CREAM SODA 4 A Any Flavor .fl 1HV ASPIRIN (DSP ACCEPTED) 100 for REGULAR 49c RUBBING ALCOHOL for$l REG. $60.00 (6x30) BINOCULARS With Leather Carrying Case $25 7-OUNCE BOTTLE LISTERINE 49C • Push burton—velvety lather foams out! • Only a handful of lather for each shampoo! • Astounding results f Those all-Important ends of your hair are so responsive...have such amazing * ipring and bounce! « • ANACIN TABLETS 1.00 100 for SHOP AT OUR TOILET ARTICLE DEPT. TODAV SYLVANIA FLASH • BULBS 9 t * PRICES SLASHED JSSB. (9 Left) Complete Kit Regular $11.95 ELECTRIC HAIR-CUT SET Electric Clippers — Comb, Etc. All One Complete Home Kit 999 Get GREEN STAMPS With Your Purchases Here COSMETICS UNDRIES -NOTIONS A Perfumes -Toiletries T FOUNTAIN SPECIALS

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