The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 12, 1930 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 12, 1930
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, November 12, 1930 • :• •Ii^ii^i^Iiiiif^^ • • m • tis is one of those rare events when our finest fashions, the very cream of our merchandise is ^priced a to ridiculously low levels. Our purpose is to beat all previous sales records. And these prices beat all r value-giving. This i ed and reduc- ecords for •'• m. FROCKS At Savings of one-third to one-half $13.95 $19.50 to $24.50 Values included COATS Furred in New Ways — Reduced Not one worth less $34.50 The newest pleated modes, flares, boleros, tunics, Paris' newest sleeve and neck treatments. Every new wanted material. The leading colors. Styles for every occasion. , . '..,.. A Hint to the Wise is Sufficient Many of these adorable i fashions make Ideal Chrismas gifts. The selections are comprehensive and perfect for early gift choosing. Only 42 More Days to Xmas Coats that reveal the newest Parisian details. Gorgeous fur trims that flatter and grace every type of figure. Demure cravat and neckbow fur-trims, luxurious collars and swirling borders. Wonderful Values in Stylish Dresses An Extraordinary Group of COATS AND FROCKS "More Fur" ^ ^ " Says Dame Fashion 'A Surprise' Say We. At Lowest Prices in Years "More Fur' Say We Values to $19.50 Dresses that include all the newest in styles, good workmanship and fine materials. Silk canton faile, Travel Prints, Chiffon and new sport knit suits and dresses. $53 95 Lingerie of Ultra Fashion Priced Exceedingly Low $2.25 Our best selling stock of intimate apparel. Styles Include crepe de chine and crepe satin dance-sets, teddies, chemise, step-ins. FOE COATS They're exquisitely fur- trimmed with thie most fashionable, luxurious pelts. Pitted lines, belted modes, newest silhouette versions. 19.50 FOE FEOCKS Styles for sports, dress, evening—every occasion. Knitted frocks, frilly throws,, Patou's button dresses, wool crepes, wool laces. Tunics, boleros, etc. Vogue and Value Combined $x®$&miy^^ More fur on these lovely new coats than ever we believed could be accomplished. They're flatter- Ing beyond your fondest hopes. Deep, rich pelts. • • • • ton November Sale of Footwear Exceptionally Low Prices Styles and sizes. , In finna Jettick, Arch Preserver, and Style Shoes included. Values to $6.50 $3.85 Values to $7.50 $5 Values to $ 1 0 $6.75 fw mmmmmmmmmmmmmmuummmmmmmmmmuummmmmmmm • ' "• " " •""•—• •••••»•••••••••••••••«•••••••••••••• •••••• SWEA CITY NEWS, G»»»»»»»»»*»K City visitor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, J.J- Anderson and A ' spent Sunday with i* St. Peter, Mtnne- sota. nurse at a Minneapolis hospital, spent Sunday with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. Kulander. Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Johnson and Rev. and Mrs. C. Benander of Pomroy, were guests at the F. O. Johnson home over the pheasant season. Mrs. Fred Peterson and sister, Mrs. Selmer Slette of Williston, North Da- Mi* Henrietta Kulander who is a koU, *nd Mrs. P. W. Larson are spend- ing the week at the Mayo clinic at Rochester. Miss Hattie Peterson, who has been employed the past two months at Sioux City, returned on Saturday and will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Peterson. Dr. Henry Kulander, who has been ill the past two weeks, was taken to the Fairmont hospital for treatment. His many friends hope to hear that he will respond to treatment. Mrs. Sophia Hokanson of Cormorant, Minnesota, is spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. Olaf Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Johnson are very feeble and Mrs. Honanson wil^ take care of them this winter. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson entertained a company of young friends at a six o'clock duck dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Miss Florence. They later attended the show at Fairmont. A social evening was injoyed. Miss Dnrlene Kesler was hostess to the membership of the Harrison Four- H club girls on Saturday afternoon. Plans for the next year's work were discussed. They will have a "ham- burg fry" at the old Farmers Bank building on Saturday night. Proceeds will be used to carry on their clu') projects. Rev. and Mrs. Lundeli of Indiana, a former pastor of the Swea Lutheran church, is making an extended visit among old friends. He was present at the dedication of the East Chain Lutheran church, and since that time has been visiting in Swea City. They worn given a reception at the J. H. Hoi- comb home by members of his former congregation on Sunday afternoon. A social afternoon was enjoyed by all. They were also dinner guests at the Jacob Peterson nome Monday. A community Armistice Day program was featured at the high school auditorium on Sunday afternoon with Rev. B. L. Weaver, Rev. Raymond Swanson and Rev. G. Selmans each delivering a fitting address. Dr. Albert Reed, commander of the Fisher Post of the American Legion, was master of ceremonies. A good attendance thoroughly enjoyed the addresses delivered. Community singing was also a feature

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