The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1955 · Page 27
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1955
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"V 1 'if i 1 la "Biiiifti Hems From High School, n fhe -.The horn blows, at noon these days as the pliicky 'Junior Hifh band, under the direction of Mf Carver, pf actions vitf the .streets near the sehdol. <• ': .'• * .,.*:;,; '"«'.'- V. '; •>';•'• Strange fhinffs AJfe Happehing Dept.— Last Friday at 3:30, school .called because of heat., , • " classes are .stimulated' by Mr Legler's illuminating examples! "Now suppose we- rob a bank, Terry and I, isn't that right?" > ' • *> » The 19S6 Bulldog advertising 'staff is out in 'full force this week. Soliciting advertising. 'So advertise generously, The Annual you save will be our own. * * • * . Dick-Vipond is probably the most frustrated student at AHS. Twice he -has volunteered' to ring the victory bell after an Algona football game. The third time's a charm, Dick. . A casual suit in chiffon flannel, featuring a nev/, full cohtctttf bell and action back ! has been created for the-new fall seasSri-and is a favorite for career or casual living. • Mrs Kalar's aliniisHc English Lit class sang."Happy Birthday" to a fellow student last week., ., *..- • * * , /-• Mr Palmer; AHS's answer to Hart Crane, dashed off his , seb ond poem for the Webster City game. The third' time... - * -r« ••--• - fitfls at A«S fried r«Ww last Thursday night after .school Afield hockey. Theii. 4 consensus WAS'that'knee gttards Will rtevelr replace knee "socks. ' « • »'• « Four AMg Senior have been selected to compete for scholar Ships dffered 'by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation; which is operating tne largest college scholarship program in the history of Arnericatt education. , The students, representing the. top 5% of their class; are Jeri Kae Vdigt, Dick Vipdrid, Cheryl Vander Waal, and Sandra Shumway. A preliminary screen- ing'test will be given in October. ' • 5100,000 A $100,000" damage' suit: has been filed'at Logan, arising frtfhi the death of G. G. Hornbeck last spring. He jvas killed when a tractor he was -' driving was struck from the rear by a gasoline transport truck. • ' SAFE JS^ FOUND A: safe, ; recently stolen from an implement company at' Mitchellville, was found on a farm near Hunnells. '•' It had been battered Op£tt about $2.50 ; in cash was gone/ but the thieves had left an equal amount in checks, and the firm's business records; fined Lines, Rich ...-•••"• ^ • • ' r • '' j ( . ' ' Fabric and Cilpr Keynote ••'. •'. '• • '!»;_ '. Men's Day-by-lay You; Can Wear Your Clothes With Pride ,-a.,. • - ZENDER'S . The Home Of Nationally Famous Brands Something new and excitingly different has been added to fabrics for fall. Bright silk, organzine and boucle decorations • are subtly used to enhance the dark tones and add depth to the bsauty of the cloth . . . And topcoats, to complement the rich tones bf the new suitings, are brighter and bolder. Smartly styled tweeds, rich coverts and cheviots combine to give you the most comprehensive group of, outsrcoats we have ever shown. Smart Accessories to Complement Your New Suit Thursday, Sept. 22, 1955 Mgena (la.) Uppef Dti Maln«*5 Read The Weffit Ads - ' • '' ' ~'~ '' fe&.V^r *" Free and Easy - You'll love the beauty of. this Paramount coat with' f raceful, buoyant lines that -flow ;from a contour > elt, ;Yours for a- ; \vonderf ul feeling . . . exciting. | styling in .the luxury 'of ; .ioo% wool plush. Sizes 19 ' " ' ' CHFtl^ftNSEN'S \ . ; "• ••• ''..'.' ,• . ' v *..'.. ••'..'. Algonq's Style Center Luxurious broqdcloth and oxford shirts in white and mcjscullne colors of pink, cognac, mint •green qnd blue with flattering collar styles, ^cufflinks qnd He bars fashioned with smoked pearls, newly-styled belts in charcoal tones, narrow neckwear with striped repps or small pattern foulprds, nqrroyv brim hats and olher accessories to harmonize with- your syit. FOR MEN AND BOYS - WHERE QUALITY IS INEXPENSIVE our new dress fashion m Fashions In Shoes Accent the Elegance of Fall! , . . AND LEND AN AIR OF GLAMOUR TO EVE^Y OUTFIT! This is the season of fashion excitement and elegance and oUr Foil Shoes capture the mood beautifully! See them soon the Inside you can feel the comfort of AIR 'S MAGIC SOLE .For all its fashion. Air Step is Ihc shoe with plenty of softness and cushioned com- fori. Designs lo fit any way of life . . . colors lo mix or match % . . leathers with the new look of fall. ALL SIZES 4'/ 2 's Including 11's. ALL WIDTHS AAAA.'s to E's. ALL AT THE NEW LOWER PRICES. Handsome companions to the new shade in suitings by ^ in ORLON and wop! Here's a happy combination of flattery. BOBBIE BROOKS takes a magnificent, textured plaid of BS% ORLON and 45% wool... and fashions this full skirted beauty accenting the important torso length. Beautiful color combinations In sizes 5 to 15. CHRISTENSEN'S Algona's 5tyle Center 1H( StIGHJ 5 H O ( i fOU MIH CHARCOAL GRAYS Roblee has adapted the popular new shade in men's wear to fine-graJn calfskin, aqd styled it into the smartest looking dress shoes you'll see this season. Come in and try on a nair-they're slated for success with men who know shoe fashion, AU SIZES 61/z's TO 13's - AU WIDTHS A's TO EEEE's ALL AT THE NEW LOWEi PRICES BROWN kill SHOE STORE ALCONA. IOWA THI SHOi STORE THAT TAKiS CARE OF YOUR FIET '///myM'//////s/My////W'/M'///M^^

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