(fa.) Upper 6es Moinas Thursday, December 22, 1*55 Organize Grade Band At Academy ' ' - • In the above picture, arc. seated, left to null'.: Jim Picket! Bill Hi«cins Dir-k R-,r,-v R,.;™ Lmnan Michael Bobo Dick Robinson. Charles S ,,-it. Don /itirits ! h. The vse I radlov M-.ch n.r, r,,ll«; T eiTy Jl ; h nTn Standm «-. 'V ft t(1 "&<•• M; ' B"n Pi-ri-ine. Karen Mishsik, no^er Ferris Tom Cullen. Leonard D.-ihlh;msor. Missing nt the tim :• tru^ picture was taken: Dan G laser! ' 1Om Mrs Hozel Lewis Services Here Funeral services for Mrs Hazel Lewis, 62, longtime resident of Alpona. were held \\Ydnosrlnv at 2 p.m. in the Methodist Church. Rev. Harry Whvte officiated and burial was in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. Richardson's Funeral Chanel was in charge of arrangements. Mrs Lewis died Sunday noon at St. Ann Hospital following n lingering illness. Hazel, daughter of Abiaham .-nd Ina Butterfield. was born Sept. 18, 1893, and was a lifelong resident of Iowa. She was married to Frank E. Lewis, Feb. 15. J913. Mr and Mrs Lewis resided for many years with thuir family at 314 W. McGregor preceding his death several years ago Survivors include five daugh- 1«rs and a son. Thev are Inez (Mrs Bruce Graham). Burl; Helen (Mrs Vern Ball). Clarion: Phyllis (Mrs Jerry V/einer), Algona; Beverly (Mrs Gordon Wagner). Greenville. So. Car.; Dorothy, at hnrrie: and Robert, Algona. 'Two sisters by • adoption. Helen (Mrs- Bill Doocy) Bancroft: and Edith (Mrs Carl Weiner), Cedar Falls, al«o survive. Pallbearers were Jack Button R'\. Leonard Maasdam, Fred" Wagner, G. D. Brundage. Ned Hardgrove and William Fitzgerald. TTnrvcy TTn.eon of Bode, and four, sisters, Mrs Olive Hill of Web- len, S. D., Mrs Mike Langaeer of Scoby, Mont., Mrs Beh Pfltb- sen of .Bode and Mrs S. J. frelson of Oltosen. Publication Schedule! The Algona Upper Des Moines will publish iis next issue on Thursday, Dec. 29, as usual. The following week, ithfc Upper Des Moines will go to press on Wednesday, January 4, because of the January 2, holiday. Correspondents are asked to send in their news for tht Dec. 29 issue as usual. For the Jan. 4 issue they are asked to have the copy in. the Upper Des Moines office lay the morning of Jan. 3. Farm Pickup Blaze Wesley— The fire department answered a call to the Herman Bode farm Monday morning and extinguished a fire \n a farm pickup. Fractures An Arm • Whittemore—Dean Schmeling. son of Mr and Mrs Harry Schmeling, had. the misfortune to fracture his right arm by crankng a tractor. Henry Hagen, 67, Dies, Ottosen Funeral services for Henry Ha- pen, 67, lifelong resident of the Ottosen-Bodo community who died at his farm home Friday, were held Tuesday. Dec. 20 "at 2 o'clock in the St. 'Olaf Lutheran rhurch in Bode with the pastor, ' •he Rev. M. O. Kraabel, official-! ing. Burial was in the Lutheran cemetery in Bode. "Mr Hacen was born Mav P.O. 1888, on n farm nrnr Oltosen, the son of Olie and Mrrtha Hagen November 15, 1908. he was married to Hilda Haralsrud. who preceded him in death in 1947. Mr Hagen is survived by one Celebrate New Years Eve. Dec. 31 At HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. Hal — Horns — Fun ANDY LAWRENCE ORCH. Smorgasbord Every Sunday Bring The Family Closed Christmas Assorted Poodles and Fleeces Reduced now for After Christmas Clearance Ladies Winter Jackets Heavy Guilt Lining. Sizes 10-18 in assorted colors. Winter Jackets Quilt Lined — Poplin Shell with Knit Turtle Neck. C Offl & O 0.00 O. Sizes 7-14 BOY'S QUI1T SURCOATS Fancy patterned shells in blue —brown—Gray. S'zas 6-10 5J INFANTS CORD SUITS Zip front, cord overalls. • Assorted colors, sizes 1 to 6x. 2.47 DOY'S CORDUROY SHIRT - Pastel shades in fine pinwale corduroy. Size 6-16 2.34 BOY'S CORDUROY PANTS Plain colors in tan—grey— brown. Sizes 6-18 2.97 MEN'S JACKETS - Men's all wool coacher coats and quilt lined Gabardine Sur- 9.34 INFANTS' DRESSES Sizes l-6x, Priced at INFANTS' LINED DENIM JEANS- Sizes 2-6 WATCHING BLOUSES * coats. Not all sizes in both types. Special at Large Assortment of MEN'S TIES National Farm Loan Association Henry Scheppmann President Hugh Raney Lawrence Dittmer Douglas Wildin John Miller Directors: Eugene H. Hutchins Sec.-Treas. Stella Mae Breen Ass't. Sec.-Tr. Land Bank Farm Loans 00 KPWuth County Farms MEN'S SUITS - 29 suits in nearly ail siies — Al! single Breasted models ^_ MEN'S LETTER SWEATERS - A'l Wool—Assorted colors. S'z^s Sm., Med., Lge. Only 6 - Men's All Wool Turtle Neck Sweaters 35.00 $1 $2 $3 1.77 87c 67c 3.00 20.00 Oniy 2 — Men's Storm Coats. Large sizes . Only 2 - Size 33. Men's Moleskin O SheepNned Mackinaw ,. O« 3OY'S LETTER SWEATERS All wool in sizes 30-38 Asserted colors _. 3.00 Only 2 - Size 40 and 46. Men's All Wocl Piaid Mackinaw _ Only 5 — Men's Cord Sport Coats 1-34; 3-40; 1-42 10.00 To Save Up To raneel/ 2 WHILE THEY LAST ONLY Beautiful slyles! High heels! Illusion heels! Low heels! Genuine leathers, kid susdes. Including Tiffany Originals and Chianli famous labels. Shoes you'll wear now and next spring. Fashionable colors. Sizes to 10. AAA to C, but not in every style. CASUALS and SPORT SHOES Special bargains on many styles of your favorite casuals. 2.97 Watch For Our Big White Sale Event To Start Soon!
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