The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1966 · Page 5
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Tuesday, September 20, 1966
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30th Anniversary Honors Sept. 25 For Burt Couple Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hinckley, Hurt, will be honored at an Open House In observance of their 30th wedding anniversary on Sunday, September 25, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the Burt Methodist Church fellowship hall. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. The open house is being given by the couple's children and families, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinckley, Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. William Schatz, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thomson, Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs. James Brehm, Sioux City; and Duane Hinckley, Emmetsburg. The former Ruby Krohnberg and Allen Hinckley were married in Wells, Minnesota, on Septem- be 23, 1936. PRINTING THAT PULLS ud does Josttee to yon bulatw. fairly priced. Upper Det Molae* Serviceme SAN" ANTONIO - Airman Joseph P. McGuire, above, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. McGuire of Bancroft, Iowa, has been selected for training at Keesler AFB, Miss., as an Air Force air traffic specialist. The airman recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. A graduate of St. John High School, he attended St. Benedict's College, Atchison, Kan. Wagon Stolen From Wesley Farm Thursday A 4-wheel farm wagon was reported stolen from the Ray Otis farm east of Wesley on highway 18 sometime during the night Thursday. Mr. Otis reported the theft to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst Friday morning. The wagon, which was parked near quonset buildings beyond a grove west of the house, was empty. It had a John Deere running gear, 7 x 14 ft. Heider box, a Midwest hydraulic hoist and a one foot unpointed board that extended all the way around the top of the box. Algona, (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, Sept. 20, 19fc6 Swea City Man Fined Donald Leo Karl, 20, of Swea City, was arrested early Friday west of the Esthervllle Golf Course, for intoxication and for having a fraudulent drivers license, following an accident. He appeared before Justice James Green, where he was fined $20. Highway Patrolman Keith Day and Emmet County Sheriff Barney Reynolds Investigated an accident at 1:30 a.m. Friday In which Karl was involved. Karl was driving a 1955 Ford going north on a blacktop road and failed to make a curve. His car went off the road on the north side and into a ditch. The car hit a fence post on the Kd Ahrens farm and turned on its side, causing an estimated $500 damage to the can We can not always oblige, but we can always speak obligingly. Tuesday Rites For Retired Farmer Here Funeral services for Fralie Harrison Jean, 73, resident of Algona since 1943, were slated to be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the McCullough Funeral Chapel, with Rev. Harold LaBruyere of Spencer officiating. Burial was to follow at Linn Grove. Mr. Jean died Saturday night at his home here. He was a retired farmer. He was born in Illinois, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jean, and married Ellen Swan son at Madelia, Minn, in 1918. She preceded him in death in 1960. They farmed just north of Algona prior to retirement. He is survived by two daughters, Joan, Spencer, and Delores (Mrs. Wayne Barr), Grand Meadow, Minn.; three brothers and two grandchildren. cmiunjt IA/AVQ CIDCT nilAIITV ^ ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY ^REDUCED thru Saturday! Fashion Manor self-insulated draperies that machine wash, need no ironing, are guaranteed against sunfading for two years! Sizes for all your windows—sill lengths, floor lengths, single to,wall-to-wall widths at comparable savings. In stock or rush ordered. 50" wide, floor length Reg. 8.98, NOW 7.44 pair Measure your windows, rush to Penney's and save! These famous insulated draperies that keep out heat or cold come in handsome brocades, rich textures and a magnificent range of colors. "or Penney's will replace SPECIAL! All season cotton thermal blanket Airy cellular weave. Warm in winter topped with, a cover, cool on its own. Nylon bound. Machine wash. Fashion colors. Year-round comfort at savings! Thermal spread doubles as a thermal blanket! A bedspread by day, a blanket at night! Smart crochet-like weave, deep fringe. All cotton. Machine wash, warm water. Fashion shades. *++* SHOP FOR THESE SPECIALS 7 P.M. TO 9 P.M. OMLY! FOR BOYS School Sweaters $2.33 Penn-Prest Pants $1.99 Double Back Briefs 2 for 99c FOR MEN 6" Work Shoes $5.88 Twill Work Shirts $1.50 Twill Work Pants $1.99 Insulated Undergarment — $7.66 Long Sleeve Madras Shirts _ $1.99 Wool School Sweaters $4.77 Madras Jackets $2.33 FOR GIRLS Wool Skirts $1.99 Penn-Prest Blouses $2.00 School Dresses $3 and $4 FOR WOMEN Textured Hose pr. lie Dresses Reduced $2 to $8 One Rack of Odds and Ends Priced to Clear. FOR HOME Full Length Drapes $2.99 DRAPERY REMNANTS FULL LENGTH PANELS 25 EACH MAIN FLOOR RUMMAGE TABLE 77 INCLUDES MANY STYLES OF MENS & BOYS SHIRTS BALCONY RUMMAGE TABLE INCLUDES LADIES BLOUSES, GIRLS BLOUSES, HATS, KNIT AND TERRY TOPS 72"x90" 4.99 twin or full 7,99 SHOE CLEARANCE 'LOO BOTH CHILDRENS & WOMENS INFANTS KNIT SLEEPER 'PASTEL COLORS^-TTZES V 2 TO 4

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