The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1966 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 21, 1966
Page 12
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Tw**doy, Jun« 21, 19*6 Alflena, (la.) Upp«r DM M»lrm tmmmm Bancroft Food Mart Owner Is Retiring BANCROFT - Glen Cowing, Bancroft merchant for the past 19 years, Is in the process of retiring. Mr. Cowing, the owner of Cowing Food Mart in Bancroft, is having a closing-out sale in preparation for his retirement, which will begin sometime this summer. Mr. Cowing has been in the grocery business for 47 years. He was employed at the Kennedy Bros. Dept. store in the grocery for 28 years, and then began his own business in 1945. Mr. and Mrs. Cowing will continue to make their home in Bancroft where they can be near the many friends they have made over the years. - o - Tuesday evening supper guests at the Bernard McGuire home in honor of Mrs. McGuire's birthday were her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Becker of Central City, la., Lawrence Bergman, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Elsbecker, Charles Hatten, Kerry, Janice and Mike McGuire. Mrs. C. C. Inman of Bancroft spent several days visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mv.rk Houjhtoa in Fargo, N D. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Inman drove to Fargo on June 11 and she accompanied them back to Bancroft on the 12th. Mrs. Oda Budding accompanied her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jack Dudding and four sons to their new home in Fremont, Nebr. on Thursday, June 9. From there she went to Des Moines where she visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Williams. She returned to Bancroft on Tuesday, June 15. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goche had as weekend guests, M-. and Mrs. Duane Hatten and family of Hopkins, Minn. Mrs. Hatten is the former Janice Goche. Little Mike Hatten will visit his grandparents here while his brother Pat has his tonsils removed. Miss Mary Jane Bollig and Kathy Hatlestad left Sunday for Mankato where they are spending the week visiting Nancy Bollig who is attending the summer school at Mankato Mr. and Mrs. Albert Deitering of Bancroft attended the wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kollasch at St. Paul, Minn., on Sunday, June 5. Mrs. Edna McDonald, Detroit, Mich., returned to Bancroft with the Deiterings and has been a guest in their home. She returned to her home June 15. Wm. Diers, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Diers, is home for summer vacation from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, where he will be a sophomore in the college of pharmacy next fall. He will be employed at the Welp Drug store this summer. Guests at the home of Mrs. Helene Kemna and Mrs. Rosemary Dudding were Mrs. Anne Wagner and Mrs. Harvey Godden and children of Algona. John Kemna also visited in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Doocy accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Francis Doocy to St. Paul Sunday, June 12, to attend the graduation reception of Mrs. George Doocy 1 s niece, Diane Lendway. While there they also visited their two sons, Russel and Raymond Doocy. /Jte Sun Always Shines For mmum I SUMMER FASHION RECIPE: Separates... Mixed or Matched AILEEN KNIT TOPS Stripes, Plains or Poor Boy Knit, Sleeveless and Short Sleeves $3 to $5 POPULAR SHIP 'N SHORE WRANGLER CUT-OFFS & JEANS Sizes Range 8 thru 18 CUT-OFFS $3 to $5 JEANS $4 to $6 SiHMmer '*ti&&sx&&&£^.&&&$f$&^$f^ by m:%:&::::::::::ra^ BOBBY BROOKS & RUSS TOGS Tops, Bermudas and Skirts by ***>*• Br °° ks in any coordinate combination you might wish ... for daytime or playtime! Tops are cotton knit, blouses are dacron . . . pastel greens, blues, navy . . . slacks bell bottoms or straight style, matching middy tops . . . hip hugger skirts. BLOUSES, knit tops . $4 to $10 SKIRTS . . . .' $8 to $10 SLACKS . ..... $10 BERMUDAS . . $4 to $6 SIZES RANGE 7 thru 15 ON THE FASHION BALCONY RUSS TOGS SPORTSWEAR Blouses, Skirts, Bermudas In A Vast Array of Striking Styles and Colors BATHING SUITS one and two piece by Bobby Brooks and Beach Party $10 to $20 SIZES ALL 10 THRU 16 - ON FASHION BALCONY SUMMER SHOE SALE A Select Group In Whites, Bon«s and Blacks Regular $11 Shoes $7,27 Reg. $7 to $11 .... $4,57 tp $7,27 Reg. $3 to $6 ( .— $2,27 tp $4,47 Reg. $3 to $5 .— $2.27 to $3-37

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