The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1937 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 6 1,000 EXPECTED TO ATTEND BIG ALGONA SESSION Town Opens Arms As Host City to 8th District (Continued From Page One) 2:00 p. m.. at the Legion Hall. This tlU include the call to order by Commander Condon ; invocation by , DWrlct ™crc will be talks by Frank Mile" Editor of the Iowa Legion *« : '"Peto" Hansen. of Maniune Vice Commander: R hv H»sc Post of Algona. A rcg- Isiratum of 2.-, will hr charged I for thr afternoon business session of the Legion ny district officers. I'nrudr at 4:30 p. m. The Parade Committee, with Roy McMahon ns chairman, has been negotiating with musical and marching organizations in the disl- riot to provide a -colorful parade. which is scheduled for 4:30 p. m, to be formed on the south side of the court house. The line of march. as announced will be east on State street to .loncs street, then south on Jone.s street to the high school. The two groups join hand.s for the annual banquet and program to be held at 6:30 p. m. in the auditorium of the Algona high school. Prcparat.ons for the banquet and the decorations of the auditorium are being arranged by the banquet committee, headed by John Momyer Musical entertainment al the banquet is being arranged for bv a committee headed by Glen Raney and will feature the Legion orchestra. The menu will prove one of the highlights of the day nnd evening to the GOO that can be accommodated and will served by the Congregational church ladies The general public has been invited bv the Legion to make use of the balcony in the auditorium during the speaking and entertainment program with the belief that those not connected with the service groups will enjoy this glimpse o Lx;pion and Auxiliary affairs. Speaking Program Tin- invocation will he pronounc- r.i by the Pistrict Chaplain. Rev. F j' Frien of Webster City. In short addresses. Commander .T. P. Lowe will welcome the guests in behalf "f the Legion, am! Mrs. Joe Harig. President of the Auxiliary Unit 'will welcome for the Auxiliary. < •ommander Lowe nnd President Harig will then introduce t>iMric! Commander Condon and Distn.-t Committeewomnn Whislor. who will take charge of the meeting Present nnd past district and slate officers will be presented to the assemblage. Short addresses by Frank Miles. editor of (he Iowa Legionaire. Mrs. M Myrtnn Rkelly, Department Secretary. K. J. K-»ird. Department Adjutant. Mrs Ress Ijiinson. Department President, and O. M. "Smoke" Hroivn. Department Commander. will follow ill the order named. <iond Dniice The- entertainment program continues promptly at 0:00 p. m. following the banquet, with a dance featuring Leo Swanson's orchestra. at Anderson's Hall. Registration tickets will be honored at this dance and the general public is also invited to participate at regular dance prices. The committee chairman who been busy with their part of the arrangements, include Milton G. Norton, chairman of executive committee: E A. Schemel. chairman of Registration Committee; Alf Kresensky. Chairman of Street Decorations Committee: G. D. Brundage. chairman of Dance Committee; Ralph Miller. Chairman of Distinguished Guests Committee; John Foth, Chairman of Police Committee, and Matt Streit, Chairman of Entertainment Com- roittae. Sale of Dresses When you see them you'll want at least two to spruce up your wardrobe. Easy to wear. Good looking and Inexpensive. Sizes 12 to 20-34 to 44 ALL NEW Other Styles to $8.00 You'll find yourself living in them! Lots of Smart, Washable Prints, Figured Nets, Checked and Striped. New Short Sleeves . New Draped Bodies . New Trimming Details Sale of Hosiery in Summer Shades Two and Three-Thread Chiffons In AIL Fashion-Right Colors These lovely sheer stockings can go even-where with everything. So charmingly flattering on your legs, they're made to give a full share of satisfactory wear. A special purchase enables us to nftVr these line hose al this low ]>ri<-e. They come from the Rollins J Mills and' are branded "(5!rand Slam." Choose from a popular ,-ol,.r ranire, sixes ^Vii to 1°V:!- 79c 2. 25 Welcome To American Legion and Auxiliary We are happy to have the Eighth District meeting in Algona and we will try and deserve the name of "The Friendly City." I personally will be happy to meet any of yon at my new store on the corner. You can be assured of a wel- ?ome in any of Al- ijona's business alaces. —A. E. Kresensky Hagg Post No. 90

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