The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1955 · Page 23
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& a 3 o < </> < a a UJ O < O CO a O 8 */» Begins Thursday « HARRISON'S! HARVEST O t "TT^RI^ R v__». I v—x i_j c__ r~v OF VALUES A Big "Crop" of Tremendous Values Throughout Your Harrison Store! DOOR-BUSTER SPECIAL! Fancy All-Metal Waste Baskets Get these bright •nd early — they'll tell on sight, and fail! All with de- rorative patterns. For bedroom or Kitchen. I9c OCTOBER SPECIAL! Here's a "THRILLER-DILLER!" Boudoir Lamps 2 for $3 You get TWO lamps for this price. They're CHINA BASE lamps, complete with modern fibre glass shades to match or contrast — bases in choice of green, black or red with shades in same or contrasting colors. What a value to buy now and set aside for gifts! Choose a pair for your bedroom, too. OCTOBER SPECIAL! G-I-A-N-T SIZE LOOP RUGS Big Ones! They Measure 27x50 In. These are the most wanted LOW CUT PILE rugs, the kind that don't show foot marks, don't mat down, and each rug has non-skid RUBBERIZED back. Name any color you want, and it's here! , . . real decorator colors. The sise is the jumbo 27x50 inch, a sise of rug you can use so many places. A "Red-Hot" Buy I CHOICE OF FIVE KINDS Sparkling White With Red Trim Choose from sauce pot with cover. 4-qt. kettle with cover sercoUtor, small tea <eitle,'double boil- tr and di*b pan. & fine betvy quality. Buy just one or tf ***** 5J2SK,** yw * »ant. YOUR :HOICE AT «e. OCTOBER SPECIAL! PLASTIC DRAPES Manufacturer has really given us "a two' dollar value for this event!" Full floor length (2'Xt yds.), and each drape measures a full 44 inches wide. Plenty of both solid colors and fancy 1 patterns to choose. It's a whale of a value at 77cl GREEN GROWING PLANTS 2 for 49c All growing %reen, all potted; Includes Tries, Philodendrons, etc. All in three inch pots. Actually, these are plants thai sell for 39c each as a'rule. It's a very, very special price! All In 3-Inch Pots Because they are ordinarily 39c each plant All NEW Fall Colors NYLON HOSIERY 2 Prs. $ 1 These nylons are in wanted 51 gauge, 15 denier . . . they're irregulars of regular SI.00 pair quality . . . in all the new 1955 fall colors, with dark seams, and every single pair is FULL- FASHIONED! CORDUROY CRAWLERS FLANNEL SHIRTS' BOXER LONGIES Your Choice! Here's a counter mothers will flock to! Your choice of any of these ilems at just a dollar. Infants corduroy crawlers in sixes 1 to 3, cord boxer longies in sizes 2 to 6, flannel shirts sizes 2 to 6. Bright new fresh pattern!!! While they last in our Value Harvest! Parakeet & Cage Your choice from our extensive display of parakeets in different featherings, and a smart metal cage — both for this one price! Come in and see them. It's one of the most outstanding value presentations in our sale. Both For 4 16-Piece Dinnerware Set Complete Service For 4 Packed in Individual Boxes Rich solid colors or soft pastel tones in these 16- Piece China Dinnerware sets. Plain types and fancy patterns. Each set includes 4 plates, 4 cups, 4 saucers, and 4 salads. CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Rows and rows of tiny chenille coyer these spreads —in plain shades of pink, yellow, blue and white. They are full bed sise. 3.44 8-PIECE SNACK SETS "Orchard" glass party sets, containing four hobnail glass trays and four matching cups. There'* a well in each tray in which cup sits. Sets individually packed. 98' JEWEL BOXES Stunning boxes, 7x 10 inches, in beautiful colors with lustrous satin lining and mirror in lid. Smart gifts I OCTOBER SPECIAL! 1,000 YARD SPOOLS! Bedspread Cotton Ladies! You'll want io "load up" on Ihis regular 59c seller when you find it at this price! In ecru or white. 1,000 yards of bedspread cotton in each. Buy a stock at this once-over price. OCTOBER SPECIAL! OUR CANDY "THRILLER!" Peanut Clusters Oh bo»y! Um yum! Delicious fresh peanuts in nice big clusters, and then covered with a rich chocolate coating. You know their swell taste, and these are really "qualiiyl" Get a pound or two when you attend our Anniversary Sale. OCTOBER SPECIAL! Another Mighty Sweet Value Choc. Cookies Will you want these? Well, we guess! You will when you see them . . . chocolate marble cake cookies just loaded with delicious coating around a quality wafer. They're wonderful for your next party, and nice looking as well as nice eating. 2 Ibs. for 44c special! 2Lbs. 440 n fto'o OCTOBER SPECIAL! We're Offering Reg. $1.00 Brassieres You'll want to buy two or three! All neatly stitched bras, gently foam rubber lined, and with true circular stitch that spells "quality" and proper uplift. Yes, they're ACTUAL $1.00 values — offered in our Anniversary for 66c each! 66 C n OCTOBER SPECIAL! The Big 33-Inch Square ! Silk Scarves A hosf of fancy and "different" patterns on lovely quality pure silk scarves, each one measuring 33 inches square. You'd expect to find these with price tags of 98c! Come and see what a different sort of scarf value this is! ' 59 C 18 Inch Assorted Scarves __ 2 for 25c Ti.o" OCTOBER SPECIAL! Our Regular $1 Selection ! Xmas Cards We are offering, for our Anniversary sale, our regular $1.00 assortment of new sparkling Christmas Cards, neatly boxed. «t the special price of 79c. Look ahead, buy your cards now, and save! ALGONA UPPER DES MOIN ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, OCTOBtR Id, 1955 1NEfr\ Married At Wes/ey •fc. * ^*** * 'TS< ' «> . l»'$-? ' . * *> ' ^ CherylL daughler of Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer, Wesley, and Don. son of Mr and Mrs Fred Vogel of Adaza were married recently in St. Joseph's Catholic church at Wesley. The young couple is shown in the above photo. Rev. L. N. Klein officiated at the mass. Attendants were Mary Agnes Moran of Adaza and Jim Meurer of Wesley. A reception for 125 guests was held in the parish hall immediately after tho ceremony. Cheryll graduated from St. Joseph's school of nursing at Fort Dodge and has been employed as a nurse at Denver, Colo, and Fort Dodge. Following a short wedding trip, the couple will be at homo on a farm near Adaza. (Photo by Glenn's Studio) Oftosen Man Wed Sept. 25 In Ottumwa Oltosen — Doris Elaine Bruch and Richard L. Loos exchanged wedding vows Sunday afternoon, Sept. 25, at a double-ring service in Trinity Lutheran church in Ottumwa. The bride is the daughter of Mrs F. W. Bruch of 418 Minnesota Street, Ottumwa. and the late Mr Bruch. Mr Loos is the son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Loos of Ottosen. He was attended by his brother Dean Loos of Ottosen and Robert Lumsdon and Jack Messerschmitt were the ushers. The reception was held at the church. The couple then left for a trip to the Ozarks. The bride graduated from the Ottumwa high school in 1951 and is a secretary %vith the Iowa Illinois Gas and Electric Co. in Ottumwa. A graduate of the Ottosen high school in 1949, Mr Loos is employed with the customer service department of the same company in Davenport. He served two years with the marine corps, part of which time was in Japan. Attending the wedding from Ottosen were Mr and Mrs Dean Loos and family and Mrs Raymond Loos. Mrs Raymond Loos remained for a weeks visit with relatives at Ottumwa. Mr Loos went after her Sunday. Lutheran Ladies Aid Members of the Lutheran Ladies Aid held a regular meeting Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs Norman Helleseth and Mrs Magnus Bratland were hostesses. Rev. Harold Mountain led Devotions. The group decided to buy a water heater and it is hoped this will be installed before the annual Lutefisk supper. The next meeting will be October 12, Mrs Earl Olson and Mrs Kenneth McLuen will be hostesses. 75th Birthday The family of Peter Enockson gathered Sunday afternoon at the Sylvan Jacobson home to celebrate Mr Enockson's 75th birthday which is October 4. Mr and Mrs Enockson were dinner guests at the Jacobson home Sunday and then in the afternoon the other guests came as a surprise for Mr Enockson. Seventh Birthday Pamela Cooper, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper was seven years old Thursday, Sept. 29. Guests at the Cooper home that evening in her honor were Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and family, Mrs Essie Cooper and Mrs Helen Campbell. On Saturday afternoon Pamela was honored at a party at the parental home, seventeen Little friends present. 9 DOLL UP YOUR PRINTING Let us plan attractive, eye- catching printed material for you. You'll like our work as well as our price. Upper DCS Moines PUBLISHING CO, Phone 1100 Mr and Mrs Roy Enockson and daughter Barbara were surprised Thursday evening when a group of friends came in to help them celebrate birthdays that all fall together. Mr Enockson's birthday is Sept. 26 and Mrs Enockson's birthday is September 28 and Barbara's birthday is Sept. 29. Mrs Olaf Bruvik entertained Wednesday afternoon in honor of her mother, Mrs John Hanson of Hjamboldt who celebrated her 80th birthday that day. Mr and Mrs Louis Kelley and daughter Margaret, the latter a student at Drake University in Des Moines, attended the 60th wedding -anniversary of Mr Kel,ley's parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Kelley at Jolley Sunday. Mrs Earl Olson attended a coffee party Tuesday afternoon at the Sam Thorsland home in Bode honoring Mrs Hilda Hansen of Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr and Mrs Richard Kropf were attendants for the Delores Reynolds-Mervin Grimm nuptials at Manson Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie Ann attended the wedding and reception of Eileert Zinnel and Jerald Johnson at the Trinity Lutheran church in Brewster, Minn., Sunday evening. Mrs Ralph Richards received a telephone call that her brother- in-law. J. B. Christiansen of Mar» shall, Minn., has suffered a second heart attack and is hospitalized. Mr and Mrs Louis Kelley were entertained Tuesday evening at dinner at the home of their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Robert Kelley at Sexton, the occasion being the 2&th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Louis Kelley. Friday evening Mrs Kelley attended an Eastern Star meeting at Jolley. Mrs Henry Olson, Mrs DeVere Newton and Mrs Howard Hellickson attended a 4-H leaders meeting held Saturday afternoon at the R. E. A. building in Humboldt. IF ITS NEWS — WE WANT IT Well Drilling »r.d Jeep-Ditching Contact CLETUS F. ELBERT PHONE 1313 1401 I. Ivc** ti-

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