The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1962 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1962
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for because WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE ON SANTA CLAUS DAY IN ALGONA, DEC, 1, two-piece coordinated SETS cute new sets in corduroy and cotton knit will make her the envy of every girl on the block! washable, wonderful for play. $3 99 holiday party DRESSES crisp new cottons and _.«cades with smart detailing. Perfect for holiday functions. Choose from gay new prints or vibrant solid colors. 7-14 snuggly, warm flannel SLEEPWEAR pajamas or baby dolls in solids, checks, floral prints, all in washable cotton flannel. sizes 3-14 99 tipper ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1962 VOL. 97 - NO. 47 -"-—•••• '• V WV W !*•«• • BANCROFT By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman little sister DRESSES lavishly lace trimmed dresses that bring out the angel in every little girl . . . see our magnificent collection. Mr and Mrs Clettis Dorr accompanied by Mr and Mrs Ben Dorr u,«h £ »' , P enl several days with the Herbie Dorr family i n Wisconsin. Arliss Dorr stayed with her aunt, Roslee Dorr at Mason City while her parents were away. Mr and Mrs Richard Menke and an spent the weekend in Chicago 'ettmg acquainted with their new randdaughter, born Nov 17 to Wr and Mrs Vic Hanson. Thev isited their daughter, Kav in 'hicago. Father Waito, former assistant nest at St. John's now a chaplain m the Navy, spent several days visiting here. Father Waite visited with Tom McGuire in the Navy m Cuba whiJe there. Tom is the son of Mr and Mrs Charles McGuire. Mrs Martin McGuire, visiting here from Arizona, returned to her home after a visit at the Lawrence Lappe and Charles McGuire homes. Her husband is in the Air Force in -Arizona. Arliss Dorr entertained a group of friends and relatives Tuesday evening, it being her parents' 19th wedding anniversary. Guests were Mr and Mrs George Merron, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Bergman, Kenny, Kenneth McGuire, Mrs 49 Vehicles Sold In County Past Two Weeks Sales of new vehicles zoomed during (ho past (wo weeks in Kos- sulh county. A lotnl of <1<) anlos and trucks were registered at flip county treasurer's office during that period. Owners are: Chevrolet — R. ,T. Hibhs, Algona; R. H. Collins, I,one Rock: Arcncl Schreur, Wesley; Mason City Brick and Tile; W. F. Hagen. Algona; W. E. or Janice Wiomer. L,edyard: J. A Hauptman, Wes- ey; .1. II. or Veida Harms, Rurt; Surge Rales, Algona. pickup; W {. Oat-man, Algona; Frank or Mary Sanftner, Swea City; O. F Hehrends, Lone Rock, pickup; (', ,J. or Rvelyn Ollom, Algona: II C or Margaret Opsal. Swea City; Palo Alto Imp. C'o.. Whittemore; Clarence MeOuire, Mrs Richard Menke and Jan, Mr and Mrs Charles McGuire and Kristin, Mrs Dennis McCleish. Cards were played and lunch was served by the hostess. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Bergman visited Sunday at the C. A. Derner and Tom Leasing homes, Whittemore, Sunday. and Milton Farrow, Lakota. Ford—II. C. Larson, Armstrong: R A. Altman. LuVerne; S W Thilges, West Bend; Taylor Imp. Co., Algona; B. R. Priehe, Algona. pickup; Helen Comfort. Algona: Chrislensen Grocery; N. A Berte Irvinglmi; A. R. Wirtjes. Lakota; A. K Kohlhaas. LuVerne; .1. B Menke. Bancroft; and Universal Mfg. Co., Algona. Mercury — II P. Peterson. Bancroft; Clifford Holding, Burl: R J Hellman, Lakota; J. p. Cash. Algona; and A. C. Baumgard Burl. Dodge — G. R. Becker, Burt; No. Cent. Pub. Serv. Co., Algona. pickup; II. C. Bristow, Algona; and F. L. Rosmann, Algona. Mr and Mrs Dick Elsheeker held a family get-together with a pot uck supper Sunday in honor of her brother, Jerry who is home on leave from the Navy. Me is stationed at San Diego. Mr and Mrs John Abbas arc parents of a son born Nov. 19 at Holy Family hospital, Rslherville Larry Rckhart and sister, Christine left from Chicago by plane for San Francisco where thev will visit nt the Vincent Me Carthy and Leland Derners. Relatives from here attending the wedding of .John Hood, Algona. at La Port City Saturday were the Charles McGuire family Inez Hood and the Don Degens. Mr and Mrs Perry Torino, Lyle and family, visiting here from California, were Thanksgiving dnv guests at the Francis Torino home Swea City. Other guests WPro the Howard Nagels, Slierburn Minn., and the John Guys Hex- Olds — II H. Meyer, Whittemore; and L. II or Agnes Mrnkr, Bancroft Tluindrrbird — J W Rrennan, Algona. SludebaUer — Fred Rhinicr. Lu- Verne. Unick — Andrew or Grace Gollner, Algona: and II. M Long, Al- gmia. Rambler — il 0 and Linda Cliipsaddle. Alynna Imperial — B A Frankl. Algona; and Ruse Ann or Ambrose Kennedy. Bancroft International — J R. t'kena & Co.. Lakota. Pontiac — M D or Regina Hagg, Algona; and A. A Kramers- meier, Lakota. ter, Minn. Lyle visited his sister Doris (Mrs "Fred Hudson) at Omaha before coming here 4-H Club Met Union Aletheans met at the Reilly home. Twelve members were present and Mrs Peter Rr- pelding was guest mother. A treasurer was elected and Eileen Reilly will hold the office. The girls drew names for the Christmas party, the gift price being between 75c and $1. Trudy Alt gave a talk. Lunch was served by the Reilly girls. sizes 199 handsome, warm JACKETS beautifully styled and well tailored jackets and car coats for school, play, or dress. sizes 3-14 ^_. $J99 SKI-PANTS fine cotton poplin with warm quilted lining, completely washable. Choose from red, blue, brown, sizes 3-flx washable fashion,. SWEATERS pullovers, classic cardigans, and smart new bulky styles, all in washable orlon. f .£^ © BTK WHERE ? ? AT OUR ANNEX STORE NEXT TO HONSBRUCH DRUG TO STORES Visit Our Toy land * f j, sizes 7-14 ,99 pleated plaid SKIRTS every girl needs more skirts . . . perfect with sweaters, blouses. Our pleated plaids are just what they all want I •!«• iiJi sizes 7-14 199 boys SPORT SHIRTS new dark tone prints and plaids in subdued colors all the fellows like. DRESS TROUSERS Ivy-stylings in washable cotton dress trousers . . . Beige, grey, loden, blue. '99 little boys' dress SUITS wide assortment of dress- up clothes for the preschool set. Suite- two-piece sets. sizes 2-4 boys fleece SWEAT SHIRTS many styles in warm, washable sweat shirts, favorite of boys of all ages. White and colors. ^. Creot/ve and Fun "DOOZIES" Jy,,' ,• ;:,..,.. : .. : . . T Snap Lock BEADS For Crib and Playpen BOTTLE and 09 HAMMER &7f L4W <// i>m Triple Combination GAME SET sizes 4-16 19 boys rugged JACKETS quilt or pile lined jackets of wool or cotton sateen shells, heavy duty zipper front, zip off lined hoods. A host of styles, gll great for all winter wear. sizes 4-16 TEA SET 87( Rtaf/iffcaf/y Detlgned CAR AND TRAILER < Yog/Bear'* & SNAGGLE PUSS GAME FUIJ for All Age* MARBLE MAZE Children's PRINCESS PHONE SAVE MORE, IFOR: GOOD! -GIRLS: AND .', BOYS FRQM WORKSHOP E EVEN MORE m &\ CompIeta~S»t PAINT-BY. NUMBERS Marching Band FIELD DRUM BUY NOW ANY TOY SHOWN IN THIS AD Juvtnllf DOCTOR Authentic Replica • POLICE CAR Complete Set DOLL AND LAYETTE C\ . Pop GUN 87( Juvenile NURSE SET Miniature GO CART 9ft 73 I net ARMK HELICOPTER Auto Carrier TRUCK Hot Rod CAR Realistic DUMP TRUCK 87* GUN RACK Metal BARN SET You Are Protected Against Lower Prices Later! USE OUR CONVENIENT IAY-AWAY PLAN LOCALLY OWNED TORES ED WOtf, Owner ALL CHRISTMAS SALE PRICES NOW IN EFFECT! NATIONALLY ORGANIZED ALGONA

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