The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1957 · Page 17
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Boys plaid flannel shirts, import quality, sizes 6 thru 16. Boys stripe polo shirts in short or long sleeve, button neck, sizes 3 thru 6. Girls School Dresses 2.98 3.98 Beautiful, sparkling, richly handsome new Fall plaids to your childs liking 1 Sizes 4 thru 6—1.98 & 2.98 Sizes 7 thru 14—2.98-& 3.98 BOYS DENIM JEANS 2 pair for 3.00 Boys 10-ounce coarse weave Western cut jeans in durable, washable, wearable blue denim. $1.98 per pr. iralue. Sizes 6, 8. 10, 12. BOYS BELTS Large assortment in Western and everyday styles in narrow and wider widths. 98c values. 49 \ MISSES, WOMENS BLOUSES Cap short sleeves, assorted necklines. Finest import quality in white and dark shades* Ladies 34 to 40 and misses 7 to 14. WOMENS SKIRTS 98 3 In matching sweater colors — skirts tailored with Jots of "style" to your taste for- fall wear. MISSES ORLON SWEATERS I. 2,88 Slip-overs % .._ Cardigans ,.._. In matching siyiei and colors >o you can make up your own sweater sets, Bites 7 to 14. Ladies Orion Cardigans t Made With Full-Fashioned "Pushup" Sleeves, t New Fall Shades of Beige, Dark Green, While, Black, Misty Blue • Regular $3.98 Values <•» Site* 94 to 40 vgsf'- <qp*«i| 2.98 49c Values! HAIR BRUSHES Polyplaslic in Soft Pastel j Shades NOTEBOOK FILLER PAPER 39c 3 and 5 hole paper of i excellent quality. Packed in poly bag Regular'49c value. 33-IN. HEAD SCARF Squares i n blended »X«n and silk, new fall colors. Matching 18-Inch Silk "eg —,.. 2 for 25c WORLD DICTIONARY Webster's complete new 1957 version — for both school w» d home use. 2.95 >V est Pocket Webster 'Dictionary AL60NA UPPER DBS MOINES ALOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1937 Meet Your NEW NEIGHBORS s ballpoi regular fountain mechanical n e i flashlite - "It's friendly people who make Algona a place' worth living in," agreed Mr and Mrs David Shipley, recent arrivals who "now consider Aigpna their permanent hdme. They are pictured here with their children John, Ann and Susan (at the keyboard), in their home at 721 N Wooster where they celebrated their fourteenth wedding anniversary Monday. The Shipleys take on the role of new neighbors this week not so much because they are new here, having arrived last fall, but because they grew to like Algona and settled to stay with Mr Shipley leaving an implement sales position to become manager of the Sherwin-Williams store which opened here only'this week. Both Mr and Mrs Shipley were born in Mason City and made it their home with the exception of the war years when Shipley served with the 8th Air Force in England and another stint at school in Ames. The piano is a natural center for this family in which all of the children play one or more instruments while Mrs Shipley sings. (UDM foto & engraving) West Bend Man New Mgr., S-City Creamery 8 &V» W m£h-Your , desk. COTTON SHAG RUGS Swea City — Gordon Christenson will take over his duties as manager of the Swea City Cooperative Creamery about August 15. He will move here from West Bend, where he has, .been employed in the creamery for some years. Mr and Mrs Christensen have four children. Present creamery manager here, Ed Aschenbrenner, is leaving soon for Opole, Minn., Avhere he has purchased an interest in a creamery. Western Theme By Club Members of the Laff-a-lot club met Tuesday,at the George Seller home. Co-hostesses were, Mrs Earl Mullarkey and Mrs Ed' Montgomery. Birthdays celebrated were those* of Mrs Jean Tagiie, Mrs Al Zielske, and Mrs Ed Aschenbrenner. A "western" theme was used .for this" meeting," "and members came dressed appropriately. Those present were Mrs Monford Peterson, Mrs Maurice Kollasch, Mrs.. Ed Kollasch, Mrs Alvin Ewing, Mrs' Ed Schwartz, Mrs Melvin Krumm, Mrs Ora Simmons, Mrs Al Zielske, and Len Swanson. Gets Lions Position A. J. Hatten has been appointed zone chairman for the following Lions Clubs in this area; Algona, Burt, Buffalo Center, Titonka, Wesley, and Swea City. Trie -fine chairman meets quarterly with officers of each of th^ clubs to offer, any assistance necessary in carrying out their program of community service. Hatten has been a member of the, local Lions for 11 years, Russell Rulon, Yanhton, a Luther College student who was seriously injured May 29 in an auto accident on the east outskirts of Swea City, paid a visit last week at the home of Mr and Mrs Rudy Haack, who had befriended him at the time of the accident. Young Rulon, still wearing a east because he suffered a.^fractured spine in the accident, expects to resume his studies this fall at Luther College. Mr and Mrs Charles^jpggert of Swea City returned from a threa week's trip through California, Oregon and Idaho. Mrs Eggert's 81 year-old-mother, Mrs Matilda Rasmus'sen of Goldfield, accompanied them. Mr and Mrs Charles Eggerth, Carol Ann Eggerth, Swea City and Ronnie Ray Abbott of Ponca,. Neb. spent the weekend at Si-., gourney. Susan Peterson of Ringsted accompanied thejh home and will spencl a week; ,with the" grandparents.' Bill Weltha, manager, of th« Farm Service' 'Company for' tVia i past eight years, has resigned hi3 A position, effective in October. While-his plans are indefinite. at ithis time,' he ''fexpects< to ; sett nia home arid le'ave Swea City, Mr and Mrs Weltlta have four sons, prirriafy "grades and preschool .age, Steve, Billy,UDonnie, and Roger, Mr and Mrs Arnbld Anderson, Sysan and Chuck tjewitt, and Mr ?nd Mrs Gregor D'elm vacationed last week in northern Minnesota. Members of Luther League enjoyed a swim social Monday at . • Sylvania Park, Fairmont. On Sunday, August 11, the Leaguers! will be guests of the East Chain League. - Robert Leland, former resident, ha.s accepted the position of superintendent of schools of the ; Cdrdhial Community t School system at Eldon, Iowa, He is the son ,of Mrs Elfrieda Leland and the grandson of Mr and Mrs William Leland. A Kasota stone retaining wall has been built on the residence property, of Mr and Mrs Harold. Opsal. David Anderson 1 laid the stone. Betty Schwartz, daughter of Mrs Olga Schwartz, underwent , an appendectomy Wednesday at an Estherville hospital. For* the past two years she has been 'attending Iowa State Teachers, Co}- lege, and will teach next year, at Titonka. . Mr and Mrs Marlin Geerdea are the parents ot a -son born July J ( 7. He has been named. Wtt- bu)$$|ljjh. ; - f'U - 1 . W/S/My/MMV/MW/////////?//^^^ FINE FOR BEARS but York Air Conditioning Is Better FOR YOU Priced as Low as 199.95 ALGONA REFRIGERATION. Salt! & Service , f' > Radio - T. 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