The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1942 · Page 8
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i < SENECA BIBLE STUDENTS GIVE CHURCH PROGRAM Seneca: Several Seneca children, •who have been attending vacation Bible school at St. John's, near JRlngsted, concluded their studios Friday. On Tuesday evfening a program wtts given for their parents and friends under the direction of a Miss Utoph of Wisconsin, who had charge of the Bible school this summer. The program consisted of gymnastics, folk dancing and singing. An. art display was also held. The children taking part in the program from Seneca were Lois Mathson, Roger Anderson and Perry Peter- sen. Other Senecftns attending the program were the Clarence Math- sons, Cecil Andersons, Jens Peter- sens, May and Myrna Nielsen and Mrs. Henry Looft and sons, Jackie and Dickie. Refreshments wero served at the close of the program. Rainfall During Week Nearly Two Inches While the temperature was not all normal the past week saw nearly two Inches of rainfall, according to Weatherman Harry Nolte. The record: High Low Tuesday, June 23 72 45 Wednesday, June 24 ....80 52 Thursday, June 25 72 Friday, June 26 68 Saturday, June 27 83 Sunday, June 28 82 Monday, June 29 81 $5.OO Garment Sale ANNEX Three Days, Wed., Thurs., Friday, July 1, 2 and 3 Our $5vOO garment sales are always the talk of the town because we put real values Into them. This year we are putting abmit a dozen Spring coats ami about 50 bettcfr Spring and summer dresses which once sold for as much as $15.00. Smart Spring Coats and Silk Dresses NotwithsflswidiiiK risinjr prices, we will still give THE SAME OU> VALUES AS EVER* You will find beautiful coats and distinctive silk dresses In this sale. Come early, buy as many as you like—only $5.00 per garment SEPARATE SLACKS $3.00, $3.45, $4.95, $6.95 Culottes —$8.00 Shorts— $1.29, $1.75 V Cotton Slack Suits $3.00, $3.75 Rayons $6.50, $8.00, $10.95 We have the smartest, best made, most perfect fitting slack suits in town. You'll like them <once you w(ear them. Complete sSze ranges now, just when you need them. New Slack Suits Are Ready For You We have just received additional quantities of stylish cotton slack suits, some with stripe fitted jackets, others entirely plain. These are the famous Paddle & Saddle, the kind that wash and Wear * >WeU $3.00 and $3,75 $5.50 and $6.50 Priced at - -••• Rayon Poplin Sl^'k Suits in dark shades are here at Heavy rayon suiting slack suits in the popular navy and brown to SO^for onTy $8.00 and $10.95 We have plenty of extra sizes (40 to 44) In stock fft. Summer COTTON SHEER DRESSES ANNEX ESTABLISH NEW CIVIL IRVINGTON-CRESCO TOWNSHIPS SALE—Used Washing ma- .gas erfgln,e and, electric. Ke¥o4iSe stoves, Ice bo*, cream separators.—Algfona Maytag Co. 26 irvington: The township line between Irvlnglon and Cresco haa recently been straightened and established on the civil township line Instead of following the river from Irvlngton to Algona; the change being recommended by the state tax commission. Due to high water and distance the settlers of early days asked for the privilege of being allowed to vote at Irvington instead of going to the voting precinct In Cresco township, which was quite a distance, hence the change. Heretofore the tax money has been going into Irvington township, but this change will give Cresco township full benefit of all school tax money. An adjustment was also made between Cresco and Riverdale townships but on a much smaller scale and did not involve much territory. ROYAL NEIGHBOR CLUB AT GODFREDSON HOME Mrs. Andrew Godfredson and Mrs. 2elba Brown were joint hostesses to the Royal Neighbor club last Tuesday afletrlbbri at the coun* try home Of Mrs. Qodfredson. Mrs. Elizabeth Post, club president, wns in charge of a short business meeting after which cards were played with Mrs. Post receiving high score and Mrs. Ann.HarVey, low. De : fcrtse stamps were given for prizes. The annual club picnic will be held on July 28th with Mrs, 'Fred Powell; Mrs; Lloyd Muckey being assisting hostess.,, Each club member Is requested to take/a covered dish. Smart Slack Suits are Here Chrischilles i LOUIS LOWMAN IN NEAR SERIOUS RUNAWAY SPILL (Four Corners: Louis Lowman met with what might have been a serious accident Monday afternoon With a neighbor with whom he was loading hay at the Lowman place, when the team became frightened and started to run. Louis jumped onto the wagon from the rear and just after he reached the lines the wagon tongue broke; pulling him to the ground and dragging him. He was bruised and scratched on the arms and legs and one shoulder was quite badly hurt. The team was stopped toy the men. BANCROFfBOYS BAG FOX SUNDAY Bancroft: Sunday, Billy Hellman, 15 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Folrian Hellman, and his brother. Gerald decided to hunt some foxes which they had seen a few days before while hauling hay. A short time later they returned proudly carrying a well grown fox which they had shot. Later the boys witn their father and uncles, Clem, Otto, Alphonse and Walter Blsbecker and their cousins, Arnold, Elmer. Arthur, Albert and Dennis Hellman with six shot guns, one rifle and one B-B gun started on a hunt and shot five more young foxes. It was a. great thrill for all an des- pecially for Dennis, the youngest tiunter, who was celebrating his ninth birthday. MOTHERS AND e DAUGHTERS MEET AT FOUR CORNERS Four Corners: There was a large attendance at the Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club meet- ng on Thursday, June 25, at the Mrs. Ray Smith home with Mrs. Everett WJtham ar|sis^instl (The meeting was called to order by the new president, Mrs. Russell Walker. After the business was taken care of a school program was given, lumbers on the program included poems by Laura Brbesder, Shirley 3oldren, Jacqueline Lowman, Darene Lee, Verle, Earl arid Ruth Ann Elmore, Charles Bjustrom, Diane Eisenbarth and June Adell Sloter, the latter from Burdgtte, Iowa; songs by Walter Smit$< June and Janice Sabin and ' Ellen Withacn; dialog by Roland Harlan and Walter Smith; a play, "The Hike That Wasn't Hiked" by Betty Drayton, Eva Lee Smith, Betty Rich, and Shirley Lee, and a piano solo by Iris Lowman of Fenton; a play, "lEach to His Trade'.' by Delia Witham, Donna Jean Mitchell, Opal Sabin, Doris Drayton and Bernice and Merrie Walker. The meeting was closed by all singing "God Bless America and played by Eula Rich. Lunch was served to 76. x.w.. SALE—3 good used cars, cheap. 2 used combines. 3 tractors with new cultivators. 1934 I. H. C, pickup, very good. 26" steel threshing machine, late model, reasonable. Plows, spreaders, mills feeds', etc. —•Bradley Bros., So. of Hotel Algona. Phone 714. 26 Wants, For Sale, Etc. FOR SALE—White Rock spring fries, live weight.—D. L. Driver, 109 N. Phillips, phone 162-J. 28* (FOR SALE—One horse,'power, oak frame, perfect condition; also 8-ft Deering New Ideal binder, good condition, canvas aniost new.—Julius E. Becker, Bode, % mile west of St. Joe phone Livermore 2505. 26-27* CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 26c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per Word; when charged, 3c per word. No agents commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c.'and send cash with order, they receive Ic per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—White Arabian saddle horse.—Alfred Jergenson, 6 miles northeast Algona. 26* FOR SALE—Good clean cobs.— Fay Minard, W. Call St. 9SS-26* iFOR SALE—1934 Oldsmobile sedan. New tires. Will sell cheap. 619 So. Dodge St. Phone 62. 26 FOR SALE—6 ft. Frigidaire, 1940 model. $150 qash,—C. J. Cram, Corwith... • • - • 26* FOR SALE—22-inch Rumely Ideal separator in good condition.— A. E. Merriam, LuVerne. 25*-tf , high school boys. Care 61 < t bhlldren % teeft-age girl.—Mrs. Fft'y Minardi W. CA11 St. , " • ' &B&26* TO BtrtiH&tod ua,ed portable typewriter. Write or add Bdna Dolitje, Lakota» , 26* SdMOOL—dhlld development through supervised group ilay, stories, songs, handcraft. Just staging— rate* $iiStf ft>f a B-' day;week, 6-ll!30 ft. fti. Phbne 942- 'Earl Sprague. , 26 FOR SALE—1936 Plymouth 2- door Deluxe. 13,000 miles. Good Tlr«s.—Ira Kohl, 314 East Call St. 26* FOR SALE—Used Washers radios, separators? ranges, • sewing machines, car radios ,oil stoves, Ice boxes.—Gamble Store. . .26 FOR SALE—Two 160 A. well improved Kossuth Co. farms, near town. Good land. R. E. A. on both. Sell to settle estate. See S. P. Weber, Whlttemore, Iowa. These farms are not listed with any land agent. • 24-26* FOR SALE or -Trade for cattle— 1939 Plymouth coach. A-l condition.—Mike Bauman, Adni., Rodman, Iowa. , . 26-27-28* Lost-Found LOST—Saturday night, set of 6 or 7 keys on ring. Leave at Iowa State Bank. . -25* LOST— Yellow g>old Hamilton watch on Friday. Reward.—Ruth James, Phone 736. .. 26 At long last, we have received shipment of cotton summer sheer dresses and they are "beauties"— the smartest, most, individual and best made popular priced cottons we have seen. You'll like them too— at the ANNEX in tf»-l JCQ all sizes for only ^ I »w*> EXTRA SPECIAL—We have a special promotion at the ANNEX for this week. Beautiful dark swiss cotton dresses in all sizes for only We are sure that our many ANNEX customers who have been waiting for these dresses will not be disappointed so come in right away this wpek-end. . , BEND BOY, 13, INJURED WHILE MOWING West Bend: Lawrence Kemna. 13 year old son of Mr. and Mrs John Kemna, Who I've west of West Bend was painfully injured on lis father's farm when he cut his right foot in the mower while mowing hay. He was taken to a local doctor and from there was sent to Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge for ;reatment and observation. He was Drought home Wednesday af(er- noon and is doing nicely. MERTZ NOW STATIONED AT VIRGINIA PLANT Word has been received by the parents and wife of Harvey Mertz :hat he had been stationed at Norfolk, Va., for the present. He left a week ago to answer his call with [he naval reserve where he is in the construction and maintenance department. John Eastman of Moline, 111., i visiting at the home of his uncle Thorstein Satern. Miss Jean Hansen of Sioux City is visiting her grandparents, M«, ind Mrs. John Thacker. Harlan Gearhart and friend o Gary, Ind., are visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gearhart. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker and daughter, Betty, are spending a week's vacation from the Walke store at Clear Lake. Dr. and Mrs. Albert Pertl of Can by, Minn., are spending a few day at the home of Dr. Peril's parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pertl. Steve Williams is visiting his mother, Mrs. Tom Williams. Mr. Williams teaches music in the Canton College in Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer and son, George, of LuVerne, visited Thursday afternoon jsct the Philip Porweiler and Henry Studer home. Pale and Dwatoe Studer returned with their grandparents for a visit. see IRMAN Streamlined smartness* Figure-fit* Style-cut collars • Fine broadcloth in whites and distinctive colors. Guaron/eed no) to shrink below correct tlz The HUB Clothiers m^^^mm^^***^^^^^^^^^— Vacation Bound? You're Bound to Need JANTZEN TRUNKS For active swimming and for playing in tlie sun— -Jantzen Trunks! Here is more comfiort, greater freedom, better fit tliap any trunks you have ever worn. New styles aitd fabrics. Step in and sec. \ 1.95 to 3.9S The HUB Clothiers See Other 1 HKISi ttH Ad On Local Page , S fa? *i.OB. All the lattst Mis. trade in you* tfd ph««6irWi*ft fe** &fdl. 26 allowfljice fcf io" 6rda: brbkeft records, eo ble Miscellaneous ATTENTION FARMERS: Better V'have your binder.,canvas repaired while materials' are still. avaJlable.—><ichols Shoe Repair, •',' ' ,....- 26-l.f * FILMS DEVELOPED. , ftnd printed ana satisfactory W6rte guaranteed. Pricfe 25c per fflirt. LtiSby ft Gi6ft»( ' - BBS OUR NEW LINK of'fll8h6fi» 20 piece starter"'dels'Luttay (Pafr* tels) pottery, IS^S.'-Gafribie «tore. 26 QAVifi MONEY when you borrow. The Aetna Life's farm loan plan turns over every cent of your loan to you. No dedutokms for commission, appralrilngfftiitle examination,' or application";'/For details G<ted tfeed ffoWtuw > * M room—Living room suites i "Bre'aMaSt Sets,,Bt&etsV ftadlea ,'\ and Washefs i f }/*\ BJustroni'a Furniture f \\* 42*wv,' the new release*, , Radio & Electric, ffi ?0tf NfiBffl a for any purpps«,,yoU can . ; at The Algdna Upper DeS Mblne*> -, 600 and jUp:. , Dress Coiiiiortatoly and Smartly at the Prices You'll Like Travel "First Class" on the 4th . . . in Clipper Craft Suits Going away for Independence Day? Go with a smart Clipper Craft suit on your back . . . you're set for a big time' These smart suits are in tune with vacations . . . nonchalantly styled, perfectly tailored. Choose from deep-sheened, lustrous Gabardines; rugged tweeds with an "imported"' look and feel, downy-soft shetlands. Smart New Slacks 1li.cli nelw shades of gabardines and spun rayons. NOR-EAST Non-Crush Tics Oocoanufi Straws for a cool head under the son. A big selection of weaves, brims, shades. You can't beat A eA them for comfort.......*.wU isummer patterns and Night of July Sport Shirt* fpr easy living, Light and porous, these »hir|s have convertible far yarir CboQM from out oompUU «MOrt-

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