The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1962 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 7, 1962
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<-Atgoftg fla.) Upper Pet TUKBAY, AU6UST », COME TO THE 1962 KOSSUTH COUNTY AIR We'll be there, too ready to tell you all about the new* Minneapolis-Molina Farm Equipment! Come to the MOLINE Tractor DEMONSTRATION SEE THE ALL NEW M504 DRIVE TRACTOR AND THF Buscfier Brothers Impf. Your Authorized MM — Kelly-Ryan — Pan - N (CY 4-3451)) HOUSE CLEANING SPECIALS ft US TO RAINWEAR Boys safety yellow rain coats Reg. $3.69 - Sale Price $2 47 SPORTING GOODS All rubber waders - Reg. $16.95 - Now $11.36. SLACKS !",£ SHIRTS '«> 16 - Reg. $3.79 - Sale Men's wash 4 wear slacks - R eg. $4.79 - Sale Price $3.99. Men's short sleeve sport shirts - Va.ue, ,o $4.95. Out they go 2 fer CANVAS - CASUALS Values ,o $3.98 - Browns, b.ues, b, ack - Sale Price $2.87 JACKETS WORK SHOES Wor k Shoe - Reg. $ 6 . 95 _ WATCHES 1 — IUGGAGE MISC. DIAMOND'S JACKIT HEADQUARTERS OF N.W. IOWA Miss Hardgrove, Algonet, To Wed Mr and Mrs John V. Hard?rove announce the engagement and approaching marriage of theij daughter, Phyllis Jeanne, shown here, to Richard Allen Tappe son of Mr and Mrs Albert Tappe of Ft Dodge. The ceremony will take place Sept. 22 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. Miss Hardgrove is a graduate of Algona high school and recently was graduated from Bernell Hair Style College at Fort Dodge. Mr Tappe is a graduate of Fort Dodge high school and attended junior college there. He is employed by Milton Will Construction Co. of Fort Dodge. (UDM Engraving) Brother Dies Mrs Andrew Gowans, first grade teacher in Fenton, has received word her brother, Leonard Neary, 57, died of lung cancer at Los Angeles. Mrs Gowans returned two weeks ago after spending several weeks in her brother's homo in California. Another brother, Hay Neary, St. Louis, Mo., in May. cliflfi Brenda Thilges Of Algona To Wed In August Karen Hanselman Engaged To Wed The engagement of Karen Hanselman of Algona, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Hanselman of Lu- Verne, and Larry Anderson, son of Wr and Mrs Orville Anderson of Dorwith, is being announced by he bride-elect's parents. Miss Hanselman is a graduate at Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing at Sioux City. She is "mployed at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Her fiance attended Wartburg ollege at Waverly. He is employ- d by Weidenhoff Corporation at Algona. The wedding will take place in October. Gets Scholarship John S. Wilson Jr., Algona, is one of 21 State University of Iowa students >to have been awarded ah hoftoM sehfttfiffthff) fof the fall semester by the Old (Sold Development Fund. The scholarship is awarded to students In the hofibfs program at SUt. Wilson will be a junior this fall. Blight On Plants Cool, moist conditions the past toes nnd potatoes In Towa You oafi protect your torn ato Plants, or a least hold jato blight in check, by spraying how flfid continuing every seven days until the harvest is over. MOOftfe , AH Mies', tipper Des Moines Of- two weeks have encouraged the «ce Supply Dept., Phone CY 4- appearance of late blight on toma- 3535, Algona. MILK FROM CONSOLIDATED ABOUNDS IN 600D HEALTH AND SO DO THE 7 KIDS WHO DRINK IT?' ^»^^flM& Flight Breakfast Plans are progressing for the annual Algona flight breakfast, which will be held at the Algona airport, Aug. 19, beginning at 5 a.m. The event is sponsored by the Kossuth Flying Club, and serving of food will be from 5 to 1.0 a.m. They also pJan to have several special events during the morning. WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF POTTED FLOWERING SHRUBS AND THEY CAN BE SET OUT ANYTIME Open Evenings Only DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER Mr and Mrs Oswald Thilgcs, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Brenda Joan shown here, to Dennis Gene Miller, son of Mr and Mrs Wavrie Miller, West Bend. Miss Thifges is employed at the L. W. Nitchals law office in Algona and Mr Miller is engaged in farming at West Bend. The wedding will take place at St. Cecelia's Catholic church Aug. 29. (UDM Engraving) «CO-OP f,CREAMERIES 'WHITTEMORE-8-3361 LONE ROCK-WA-S-324S SWEACITY-SU-2-453! PHOTOT11CT EOWPPED ELECTBONIC UCHNJCUH We Mderrtaatf par set fed because we're tufty equipped witt i SAMS PHOTOfACI Senrict Data Library—d» •orkfi tost W« baw n* ««P»et« tarn* vitk M » farrettai « *« orcotoj, Mowneofc, «nd proper r» placement partj COMMV ft* •ffrtttiM MI • (Wet, • (team Parti • BPBM . • t**maU* C*D **»» m JN PBOfWCT FoW^WMrt^ yw ^ BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE CY 4-3613 LET'S ALL GO TO THE KOSSUTH CO. FAIR "In It's 104th Year" GOING TO THE FAIR EACH YEAR IS A HIGHLIGHT IN THIS AGRICULTURAL AREA, It Is the occasion when you and your neighbors gather to compare the merits of various farming production methods and the quality of dairy herds. Congratulations FFA and 4-Hers. This Is your show. We congratulate you. Progress is measured in quality and in Improvement of the product. Kossuth County's future depends upon you ... Best of luck to all of you who hove worked so hard to moke this fair so successful CONSOLIDATED CO-OP CREAMERIES WHITTEMORE, IOWA 'wicBuLS Jfflomes; LARGEST WEEKLY CIRCULATION' THE STATE of IOWA. ... *SOURCE-I962 Edition, fowa Publisher, Directory of News Media, Just Issued. YES SIR, AND THAT ISN'T ALL ... THE UPPER DES MOINES HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN 16 DAILY NEWSPAPERS IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN BY THE SAME DIRECTORY ,'«««?• •« .:^fe .-*^is * ?iiffl , -3 \ •7 rs ,t •>*. X -, \ ^ \^ wr^^fV f^iw \ Nv \ "^ x \ ^,,i>- -v x V \ \ X »?•< «; ' •* •^r-~vW»w* *ni**i. ^y THIS IS THE COVERAGE AREA - SOU&, SUBSTANTIAL, CONSISTENT READERSHIP, FOR All U- D-M ADVERTISERS.

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