The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1955 · Page 15
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THR^fY SANfAS,: ALL f rtfe i=AMiLY! All NeSfft^erchandise ! Tremendous Selection ! I^XED CHOCOlAfES , /.Assorted'Soft Ce5fef» , Ijb. 89e 3 ib*. $1.98 5 Ibs. >2.*8 Candy Canes.... Se t lOc n CHKlStMAS CANDLES .Fancy Decorated _____ 10fc & 25c Novelty Santa Claus, Choir Boys etc. i RED, WHITE AND GREEN CANDLES 8"__ea. 5c 12"._ea. lOe 15"__2 for 25c fApNERY .''••-' '? -Colored, White or SPanc? Trims Beautiful, Pan-y'*,-Boxes A Chrtsimas Gift That'* [Always Welcome I CHRISTMAS CARDS OPEN STOCK SELECTION 4 for Sc' 2 for 5c 5e each Large Selection of Boxed Assortments Priced at 29e - 59c - $1.00 box Fancy . . -•; •*• , They^re Beautiful & at Harrison's FANCY TREE BALLS . 5c-10c-19c-25c IMPORT AND DOMESTIC CHRISTMASi TREE TOPS 10c-25c-49c COTTQN BATTING ...- :l9c^39c-49c SPARKLING ICYCLES, pkgj 10c-25c ALL CX>LORS TINSEL .. 15c-25c-39c TREE STANDS ...:.:. .L. ..v.... 89c A beautifully-wrapped gift adds so muc'K .ltd l;Xirnas ; •;. FOIL ;^i^Ni^|si:- • ^fI Solid and Fancy !Golprll__.^;Kili V: !_t£»t-- ;/ 39c : FANCY HOLLY PAPER Many Christmas Designs, pkg. lOc - 15c - 25c TISSUE PAPER 5 Red- Green, White — _. pkg. lOc TIlslSEL RIBBON,^ Jumbo Spools.-. 10c-25c-39c SATIN RIBBON * ' Holly > Colors, Both Hanks & SpooW . 10c& 25cedch ' Large Selection of SEALS &^ts • to Complete Your Christmas Wrappings |. vc i Jumbo Pkgs. Seals, Tags, pss'd 10c-25c-49c : Open Stock _ _ lOc Pkg. ;' ,'.', _?•;-'•'! '7.~ JLight Constant ... I . .^'i 7 Light Outdoor .......... $2.49 EXTftA BULBS _________ ..... .___ eg. 8c - 12e - 18e ; STYr RQ-FOAMpWHITE ^y ','.- In sheets and blocks for any use < you might hare '{ \u.., ; \l5c ^5c^i.49c piece -^jj. jtV GLITTER in red, gold, silver to trim alaovelOc The Perfect Gift Always! Beautiful Christmas NYLONS Full Fashion — Firsl Qualiiy 79c 51 Gauge 15 Denier pr. 60' Gauge QQA 15 Denier pr; OvC S-T-R-E-T-C-H Nylons, pr. 98c LADIES' FANCY DRESS GLOVES i 1.00 IN BLACK AND WHITE SIZES 7-7'/j-8-8'/i pr. WOOL GLOVES & MITTENS IMPORT, FANCY ,' COLORS ':---—• 1.00 COLORFUL BILLFOLDS ^«^^"Wg!»<^«r<»Sir8Ba^^ BEAUTIFUL LADIES' PURSES BEAUTIFUL PICTURES For Boys, Girls, Men, Women _ SUSPENDERS, for boys BELTS/ for boys .... .... 59c-98c-1.98 . 49c -J98o . 49i: - 98c DARK COLORS - PRICES PLUS TAX Pouch Styles _ $1 .Handbags _ $1 1.98 with matching wood frames. Florals, Scenlcs, Religious. 5 x 7,7 x 9, 8 x 10, 10 x 14. 49c 98c BOOKS! Wonderful Display For All Ages, All Types HARD-COVER STORY BOOKS 15c-25c-69c PAINT & CUT-OUT 10c-15c-25c w.l- Fancy Hankies Beautiful assortment in open stock .for-ladles, men and boys, priced each. IO C 25° 39° 49* Boxed Hankies Wonderful selection for ladles and men. Per box. 49c-59c-79c-$l LADIES HEAD SCARFS BEAUTIFUL SlLKS, ASSORTED FANCIES AND SOLIDS, 33 in. SQUARE. SELECT NOW! RAYON CHALLIES, ass'd florals, solids. __59c NECK SCARFS, small 18" , 25c 79c BEAUTIFUL LADIES' BLOUSES Long-wearing, serviceable. Short sleeves. In both the new import styles and domestic. 1.00 1.98! You'll Want To See Harrison's Complete DOLLDEPT. Kind* - B«br DoU* Croek«<{ PRICES FROM 98cto H« BUNTING DOI4S $5,98 to $7,98 Complete Line LOUIS MARX CARS and TRUCKS FOR ANY AOS 90Y OR GIRL 98c to $3,98 MANY MANY OTHERS- Here's Some: Halsom's Plastic Bldg. Blocks ._ ,„_.$1.98 - $3.39 . $4.98 Roy Rogers Ranch Set, completfi-$3.98 Aluminum Dish & Baking Sets •„_>., 98e ; $1.98 - $2.98 Newest Import Cars „- 49c to 98c Inflated Rubber Balls 10? to 89c Baiketbalfs ... 98c . 1,98 • 2.98 Basketball Hoop & Ball, wt 4,98 Wall Blackboards „ 1.98 - 3.49 - 4.98 Complete Line of Games For All Age* «f Children .. 49c . 98c * 1.98 Play the game, Scrabble $1,98 $2,98 Tinker Toy Sets 75c O,39-2.39 LADIES' FANCY LINGERIE Fancy-trimmed rayon panties — 3?c-49c-59c Lace-trimmed fancy slips 1.98 - 2.98 N ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1955 Curlew Closing Hi School; Send Pupils To Em'burg LUXURIOUS JEWEL BOX Velvet Lined with Mirror And liftup tray. Assorted colors with gold trimming. 7x1}, Extra special gift item. LARGE SELECTION OF JEWELRY! Boxed and Open — All Prices Plus Tax Earrings _^__ 29c - 98c Brooches 29c - 98c LARGE ASSORTMENT IMPORT PEARLS Necklacts - Bracelets - Earrings .— 2 for 1.00 The recent decision by the Iowa Supreme court in the Mallard school reorganization case has caused the Curlew School district to draw up a contract with the Emvnetsburg district which will allow Curlew to close its high school and s£nd (the students to the Emmetsburg High school at the end of the present term. The contract still awaits formal approval by the county board of education. Officials of the Curlew school board, President Harry Matthiesen and Secretary Lloyd Seagren, said their district will' also drop the $25,000 bond issue approved by district voters last February. Money from the bonds was to have been used for a new farm shop, hot lunch facilities, and i bus barn. Matthiesen said that with the closing of the Curlew High school its five fulltime teachers would be given teaching positions in the junior high school and grade schools which will continue to operate. Two part-time teachers in the high school had asked for a release prior to the contract being signed. Curlew students attending the Emmetsburg High school, Mattiesen said, will be transported free to the school under contractual arrangements. The Curlewi district is one of three involved in the proposed Mallard school reorganization. The election on the reorganization plan will be held Thursday, Dec. 8, in the Mallard and Curlew districts and part of the Ellington township rural district. ( If the new plan is approved tHe Curlew district will be reduced from its present 16 sections of land to about eight. The Curlew board had contended in the Palo Alto county district court that Iowa law prevented any district being reduced below a minimum of 16 sections. Judge G. W. Stillman of Algona had ruled in the court that a district could be reduced to less than 16 sections and the state supreme court affirmed the decision. The Curlew district, being left with eight sections, will still have over the minimum number of 4 sections required by state law to operate a school. Petitions Seek Shortcut Paving Via 18 To 43-44 Petitions were to be placed in circulation this week , in Palo Alto county for blacktopping or otherwise hards\irfacing a shortcut between U.S. 18 east of Emmetsburg and Iowa 43 or 44 east of Ringsted, by way of Depevy. The petition, originating in the Depew community, will say: To The Honorable Palo Alto Board of Supervisors, To The Honorable State Highway Commission: We, the undersigned residents of Palo Alto county respectfully ask and strongly urge the paving of the road that connects U.S. highway 18 with highways 43 or 44 by way of Depew. When a check was taken prior to the Rodman paving project, the Depew road snowed a count of 269 vehicles in eight hours while the Rodman road showed half that number. WE THINK IT IS OUR TURN NOW! Rodman, Curlew and Ayrshire have their pavement Into town. Depew would like theirs to go beyond its present point and complete the long wanted ana long-delayed hardsurfaced shortcut to the Twin'Cities, first proposed in 1948. ' " . DIES Manchester lost one of its oldest residents last month in the death of Mrs Lura Smith, 97. She had been a resident of that city for over 80 years'. NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Algona. Our Downstairs Toyland Is Now Open! Largest and Most Complete Selection In This Area! LAYAWAY for Christmas Small Amount Holds Any Purchase Everything for All Ages Come Early For Best Selection SWARTZ

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